Illinois – Complaints Some Retailers Still Charging Repealed Soda Tax

The News Tribune The Associated Press December 28, 2017 CHICAGO – Some retailers in Cook County either haven’t gotten word an unpopular soda tax was repealed or haven’t gotten around to adjusting their prices. The Chicago Tribune reports county officials have Continue reading Illinois – Complaints Some Retailers Still Charging Repealed Soda Tax

Multi-State – Taxes Make Netflix, Spotify Victims Of Their Own Success

American Institute For Economic Research (AIER) by Chloe Anagnos December 1, 2017 Americans may soon find it more expensive to binge watch their favorite television shows and listen to their favorite music on Internet streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Continue reading Multi-State – Taxes Make Netflix, Spotify Victims Of Their Own Success

Pennsylvania – State’s Quirky Sales Tax System: Soft Drinks Are Taxed, Candy Gets A Pass

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Patricia Sabatini December 11, 2017 Chances are good you’re keenly aware when the warm woolen mittens, diamond pendant or other important gifts on your holiday shopping list go on sale. But do you know which items are subject Continue reading Pennsylvania – State’s Quirky Sales Tax System: Soft Drinks Are Taxed, Candy Gets A Pass

Rhode Island – New Online Reservation System Launched For Tax Amnesty Program

SALT Report 3953 – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation has launched an online reservation system for taxpayers who want to make appointments involving Rhode Island’s new state tax amnesty program. For Information, use the link below. ADV 2017-46 Reservation System Continue reading Rhode Island – New Online Reservation System Launched For Tax Amnesty Program

New Mexico – State Gets Tax Forecasting Tool To Address Loopholes

Ledger-Enquirer By Morgan Lee December 12, 2012 SANTA FE, N.M. – New Mexico lawmakers began using information from a fiscal planning tool that predicts future tax revenues as they contemplate changes to the state’s complex taxes on sales and business services. Continue reading New Mexico – State Gets Tax Forecasting Tool To Address Loopholes

Multi-State – Supreme Court Should Allow Congress To Finish It’s Job On The Remote Sales Tax

Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) Press Release Today, Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to deny review of the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Proponents of review seek a Continue reading Multi-State – Supreme Court Should Allow Congress To Finish It’s Job On The Remote Sales Tax

Ohio – ODT Offers Tax Amnesty Program That Runs January 1, 2018 Through February 15, 2018

SALT Report 3953 – All penalties and half the interest will be waived on qualified delinquent taxes during the program period. Who and which taxes are eligible for Ohio Tax Amnesty: If you have unreported or underreported taxes that were Continue reading Ohio – ODT Offers Tax Amnesty Program That Runs January 1, 2018 Through February 15, 2018

Pennsylvania – Reducing Pennsylvania’s Sales Tax

The Sentinel Bill Tracker by Joshua Vaughn November 30, 2017 Each legislative session thousands of bills and amendments are introduced in the Pennsylvania Legislature. Only a fraction become law, and an even smaller portion receive wide media coverage. These bills Continue reading Pennsylvania – Reducing Pennsylvania’s Sales Tax