South Dakota – Sales Taxes: New Requirements For Marketplace Providers In S. Dakota

Certain remote sellers have been compelled to collect and remit sales tax on their sales into South Dakota since November 1, 2018. Starting March 1, 2019, a similar requirement will fall on the shoulders of certain marketplace facilitators. Other states may Continue reading South Dakota – Sales Taxes: New Requirements For Marketplace Providers In S. Dakota

Texas – February 2019 Tax Policy News Issue Provides Wayfair Rule Updates And More

The February 2019 issue of Tax Policy News provides Wayfair updates on the following subjects: Tax Requirements for Texas-based Businesses Selling Into Other States Wayfair Rule Updates Resources for Sellers After Wayfair State Bar of Texas Tax Section Tax Conference-A Continue reading Texas – February 2019 Tax Policy News Issue Provides Wayfair Rule Updates And More

Multi-State – IRS Counsel Nominee Briefly Advised Trump Organization On Taxes

President Donald Trump’s nominee for chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service briefly advised the future president’s real estate company on a tax question several years ago. Michael Desmond counseled the Trump Organization on “a discrete reporting matter for a Continue reading Multi-State – IRS Counsel Nominee Briefly Advised Trump Organization On Taxes

Mississippi – No Sales Tax On Mississippi Lottery Tickets, But Winnings Will Still Be Tapped

The Legislature is expected to pass a measure clarifying that tickets for Mississippi’s soon to be rolling lottery are exempt from sales taxes. But the state tax man will still get his cut on lottery winnings in Mississippi: They will Continue reading Mississippi – No Sales Tax On Mississippi Lottery Tickets, But Winnings Will Still Be Tapped