TENNESSEE – DOR Starts New Tax Prep Program For Business Owners

The Tennessee Department of Revenue held its first tax preparation workshop for business owners Tuesday at the Dyer County Clerk’s Office. Gov. Lee wishes to go out and have various departments and state government interact with our rural communities to Continue reading TENNESSEE – DOR Starts New Tax Prep Program For Business Owners

Georgia – Rideshare Drivers To Georgia Lawmakers: No Sales Tax

A bill to tax Uber, Lyft is advancing in legislature ATLANTA — There was a last ditch effort Monday to stop a bill that would tax rideshare companies. Uber and Lyft pay no sales taxes in Georgia now. Drivers were Continue reading Georgia – Rideshare Drivers To Georgia Lawmakers: No Sales Tax

New York – This New York Internet Sales Tax Would Hurt Small Businesses

In barely more than two decades, the ability to conduct routine commerce over the Internet has revolutionized how we shop and how we pay for what we buy. Online commerce also has restructured the physical side of retailing; you can Continue reading New York – This New York Internet Sales Tax Would Hurt Small Businesses

Colorado – Denver City Council Votes To Remove ‘Tampon Tax’ From Feminine Hygiene Products

DENVER — The Denver City Council voted unanimously to remove a local sales tax on feminine hygiene products purchased within the city of Denver on Tuesday night. The “tampon tax” bill, which passed 11-0, eliminates the 4.31 percent sales tax Continue reading Colorado – Denver City Council Votes To Remove ‘Tampon Tax’ From Feminine Hygiene Products

Arizona – Arizona Is Already Taxing Some Online Services – With No Legal Authority To Do So

Opinion: Arizona’s tax policies must be transparent, clearly stated in the law and defensible. As of today, none of those are true. Peter Burns and Ted Ferris’ op-ed (“Senate Bill 1460 will make a mess of online sales in Arizona,” Continue reading Arizona – Arizona Is Already Taxing Some Online Services – With No Legal Authority To Do So