Ohio – Ohio Accepts Bitcoin For Tax Payments OhioCrypto.com

What is OhioCrypto.com? Under the leadership of Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, taxpayers are able to pay their state business taxes with cryptocurrency for the first time anywhere in America.  Ohio has become the first state in the United States, and Continue reading Ohio – Ohio Accepts Bitcoin For Tax Payments OhioCrypto.com

Arizona – Transaction Privilege Tax License Renewals Due January 1

Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is now sending renewal letters to businesses this week. Every business licensed with ADOR is required to renew their Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) license. The due date to renew a TPT license is January Continue reading Arizona – Transaction Privilege Tax License Renewals Due January 1

West Virginia – Collection Of Internet Sales Tax To Result In $21 Million For State

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The collection of an internet sales tax in West Virginia will bring in $21 million over a one-year period, according to state Deputy Revenue Secretary Mark Muchow. The state will begin to collect new taxes in January, in Continue reading West Virginia – Collection Of Internet Sales Tax To Result In $21 Million For State

Minnesota – Openings Available In Upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

The following locations have openings available for basic sales and use tax classes. Click the link for more information:  Basic Sales and Use Tax classes December 4, 2018 (Forest Lake) December 6, 2018 (Rochester) December 12, 2018 (Webinar) December 13, 2018 Continue reading Minnesota – Openings Available In Upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

Colorado – State’s Messy Sales Tax System Could Get More Complicated As The State Tries To Tap Into Online Revenue

In South Dakota v. Wayfair, Supreme Court ruled online taxes can’t be “burdensome” for interstate sales, but Colorado’s complex system will put the ruling to the test As state regulators scramble to expand online sales taxes in the wake of Continue reading Colorado – State’s Messy Sales Tax System Could Get More Complicated As The State Tries To Tap Into Online Revenue