Nebraska – NE Senators Propose Bills Taxing Internet Sales

BY Doug Kennedy | January 30, 2017 – CHANNEL 21 | KWBE 1450 AM | KGMT 1310 AM | BEATRICE | FAIRBURY

“BEATRICE – At least two state senators are proposing legislation this year to tax internet retail sales. State Senator Dan Watermeier, of Syracuse is proposing the Remote Seller Sales Tax Collection Act. LB 44 would require online retailers without a physical presence in the state, to collect sales tax if their gross revenue in Nebraska exceeds $100,000, or if they have 200 or more separate transactions within the state.

If the remote seller refuses to do so, the company would have to notify Nebraska purchasers that the sales tax is due, and the state would require the purchaser to file a sales or use tax return. Penalties are included, in the bill”….

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Senators Propose Bills Taxing Internet Sales