Multistate – House Judiciary Committee Examining the Wayfair decision and its Ramifications for Consumers and Small Businesses

  Examining the Wayfair decision and its Ramifications for Consumers and Small Businesses

Ohio – Supreme Court’s Sales-Tax Ruling Could Mean Millions For Ohio Local Governments

COLUMBUS, Ohio–Last month’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that states can collect sales taxes on online purchases from out-of-state retailers could mean millions in extra money for Ohio counties and transit authorities. But no one is expecting a flood of new local sales Continue reading Ohio – Supreme Court’s Sales-Tax Ruling Could Mean Millions For Ohio Local Governments

New Hampshire – Sununu Unveils Proposal To Fight Back Against Internet Sales Tax

Gov. Chris Sununu unveiled a proposal to push back against states seeking to collect internet sales tax from New Hampshire businesses Thursday, following through on a pledge to stand against a sweeping U.S. Supreme Court decision last month. At an Continue reading New Hampshire – Sununu Unveils Proposal To Fight Back Against Internet Sales Tax

New Hampshire – Law To Stall Internet Sales Tax

CONCORD – States or other taxing entities trying to collect sales taxes for internet purchases through New Hampshire will have a tough time, pending adoption of the proposed law up for consideration at Wednesday’s special legislative session. “We’re going to Continue reading New Hampshire – Law To Stall Internet Sales Tax

Rhode Island – Supplemental Statement on Non-Collecting Retailers, Wayfair and Remote Sellers (Advisory 2018-29)

The Rhode Island Division of Taxation has posted a Supplemental Statement on Non-Collecting Retailers, Wayfair and Remote Sellers. The supplemental statement is intended to clarify recent issues in response to inquiries regarding how Rhode Island will respond to last month’s Continue reading Rhode Island – Supplemental Statement on Non-Collecting Retailers, Wayfair and Remote Sellers (Advisory 2018-29)