Colorado – The First Day To Begin Collecting And Remitting Sales Tax Is December 1st

As a result of the Supreme Court South Dakota vs Wayfair decision, the state of Colorado will now collect state sales tax and state-collected local and special district sales tax from out-of-state retailers. This will require out-of-state retailers to get Continue reading Colorado – The First Day To Begin Collecting And Remitting Sales Tax Is December 1st

West Virginia – State Issues Administrative Notice 2018-18-Sales And Use Tax Collection To Begin On Remote Sellers On Or After January 1, 2019

Beginning January 1, 2019, remote sellers, as defined below, will need to collect West Virginia State and municipal sales and use taxes on sales delivered in West Virginia on or after January 1, 2019, unless the small-seller exception applies. “Remote Continue reading West Virginia – State Issues Administrative Notice 2018-18-Sales And Use Tax Collection To Begin On Remote Sellers On Or After January 1, 2019

Multi-State – Multistate Tax Commission Addresses Marketplace Sales and Use Tax Collection October 10, 2018

The next Marketplace Facilitator Work Group meeting will be on October 10, 2018 at 2:30 pm EDT (call in # 1-719-234-0214, passcode # 102826). Meetings of the Marketplace Facilitator Work Group will continue weekly thereafter at the 2:30 pm EDT Continue reading Multi-State – Multistate Tax Commission Addresses Marketplace Sales and Use Tax Collection October 10, 2018

West Virginia – In Policy Shift, State To Tax Most Internet Retail Sales After All

In a significant policy change, the West Virginia Tax Department has issued an administrative notice to most out-of-state retailers, directing that they are to begin collecting and remitting taxes on internet sales to West Virginians. The order states that “notice Continue reading West Virginia – In Policy Shift, State To Tax Most Internet Retail Sales After All

Wisconsin – Certain Internet Sellers Must Collect, Remit Wisconsin Sales Tax

Wisconsin Department of Revenue has issues an emergency rule, effective October 1. This rule states,”out-of-state internet retailers are to collect and remit Wisconsin sales taxes if annual sales or transactions exceed a certain threshold amount.”   Wisconsin DOR – Examples

New Jersey – State of Wayfair: New Jersey Prepares To Reap Revenue Harvest

New Jersey is hoping to harvest up to $350 million in new sales tax revenue annually from online vendors and marketplace facilitators under a new law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy (D) Oct. 4. Responding to revenue opportunities under the Continue reading New Jersey – State of Wayfair: New Jersey Prepares To Reap Revenue Harvest

Ohio – Montgomery County sales tax increase goes into effect Monday, October 1, 2018

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Sales tax is going up in Montgomery County. A .025 percent increase goes into effect Monday. The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners in June voted unanimously to raise the sales tax. Commissioners say the increase will Continue reading Ohio – Montgomery County sales tax increase goes into effect Monday, October 1, 2018

Minnesota – Department Of Revenue Hosting Sales And Use Tax For Manufacturers Webinar, October 16, 2018

The Minnesota Department of Revenue is hosting a Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers class via webinar on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CDT. This webinar has limited registration so the instructors can interact effectively Continue reading Minnesota – Department Of Revenue Hosting Sales And Use Tax For Manufacturers Webinar, October 16, 2018

MICHIGAN – State Began Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus October 1, 2018

Michigan began enforcing Wayfair Rule at $100,000 in sales or 200 sales after September 30, 2018. Go to their website for more info. Click their flag. http://report.saltcpa.com/2018/10/michigan-effective-after-september-30-2018-treasury-will-require-remote-sellers-with-enexus-to-pay-sales-tax/#.W7lNmMtlCdM

Wyoming – State Still Under Review And Intends To Enforce Prospectively

CORRECTION – The SALT Report incorrectly stated the enforcement date for Wyoming as October 1, 2018. As clarified by Scott Peterson, Wyoming has not yet announced an enforcement date. However, we do know when announced it will be prospective. The Continue reading Wyoming – State Still Under Review And Intends To Enforce Prospectively