Kansas – Study: Kansans buy groceries out of state due to food tax

www.kmbc.com – January 17, 2016 “Wichita State University’s Kansas Public Finance Center analyzed the latest available food sales data and estimated that Kansas lost $345.6 million in food sales in 2013. The data does not include last year’s sales tax Continue reading Kansas – Study: Kansans buy groceries out of state due to food tax

Arizona – Centralized Licensing and Reporting of Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) Begins Jan. 1

Effective January 1, 2017, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will become the single point of administration and collection of transaction privilege tax (TPT). The transition to centralized licensing, reporting and payment of state and city TPT to ADOR begins Continue reading Arizona – Centralized Licensing and Reporting of Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) Begins Jan. 1

Multistate – Professor Desiderio joined 14 tax law professors in internet sales tax issue

“In November, he was one of 14 tax law faculty who filed an amicus brief in Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl(“Direct Marketing II”) in support of a conditional cross-petition by the State of Colorado seeking reversal of Quill Corp. v. Continue reading Multistate – Professor Desiderio joined 14 tax law professors in internet sales tax issue

Georgia – GA Supreme Court hears Clayton,College Park feud on alcohol sales tax

The Georgia Supreme Court heard arguments Monday on a long-standing tug-of-war between Clayton County and College Park over the distribution of revenues from alcohol taxes collected at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. http://www.ajc.com/news/local-govt–politics/supreme-court-hears-clayton-college-park-feud-alcohol-sales-tax/6JW6cnqOtjErJhVHElXJhL/