New York – SALT Limit Is Hitting 11 Million Tax Returns, Audit Finds

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s decision to cap a popular tax break will hit 11 million filers this year, as they can no longer deduct more than $10,000 in state and local taxes from their federal income taxes. This cap on Continue reading New York – SALT Limit Is Hitting 11 Million Tax Returns, Audit Finds

South Dakota – Lawmakers Debate Pair Of Sales Tax Cut Bills

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota lawmakers are debating competing measures to address the Legislature’s commitment to scale back a 2016 sales tax hike. The state House voted narrowly Monday to advance a bill that would incrementally roll back the half-cent Continue reading South Dakota – Lawmakers Debate Pair Of Sales Tax Cut Bills

North Dakota – Online sales Tax Collections Adding Up For North Dakota

BISMARCK – Online sales tax collections in North Dakota have totaled more than $5 million since last fall. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last June that states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax. North Dakota began collecting from Continue reading North Dakota – Online sales Tax Collections Adding Up For North Dakota

New York – Speeding Up Potential Online Sales Tax Collections

The coffers of New York state and its counties could reap the benefits of online sales tax collections sooner than anticipated. The amendments introduced last week to the state budget would let collections on all internet sales begin in June Continue reading New York – Speeding Up Potential Online Sales Tax Collections

California – This Board Used To Collect Billions In California Taxes. Voters Might Get To Kill It.

A California tax agency that used to collect tens of billions of dollars a year could be snuffed out for good if the Legislature moves forward with a pair of bills that would kill what’s left of the Board of Equalization. Assemblyman Continue reading California – This Board Used To Collect Billions In California Taxes. Voters Might Get To Kill It.

Arizona – Netflix Suing Arizona Over Tax

Media streaming giant Netflix is suing Arizona over a tax placed on its services. The question, according to the Arizona Capitol Times, revolves around the Arizona Department of Revenue’s decision to place a transaction privilege tax, better known as a sales Continue reading Arizona – Netflix Suing Arizona Over Tax

Vermont – Roundtable Discussion on Tax, Economic Development, and Legislation

Governor Phil Scott will join personnel from the Vermont Department of Taxes, the Department of Economic Development, and the Department of Marketing and Tourism at a roundtable discussion on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. It will be held from 3:00-4:30 p.m. at:  Randolph Village Fire Department2 Central StreetRandolph, VermontThe roundtable discussion Continue reading Vermont – Roundtable Discussion on Tax, Economic Development, and Legislation