Indiana – Legislature Aims to Close Online Sales, Hotel Taxes Loophole

Indiana lawmakers are aiming to close what they call a loophole in the state’s online sales and hotel tax collection. The House Ways and Means Committee approved legislation Wednesday requiring so-called “marketplace facilitators” that sell goods or services online on Continue reading Indiana – Legislature Aims to Close Online Sales, Hotel Taxes Loophole

GEORGIA – Proposed Rideshare Tax Will Hurt Business, Public Safety

Georgia senators have added a last-minute amendment to HB 276 that would assess an excessive tax on Georgians who use rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft. The amendment text hasn’t been published on the Georgia General Assembly webpage yet, but Continue reading GEORGIA – Proposed Rideshare Tax Will Hurt Business, Public Safety

TEXAS – Top State Leaders Have Agreed To Raise Sales Tax To Decrease Property Taxes

According to the Texas Comptroller’s Office, sales tax revenue has declined five times over the last 10 years. The office also notes that sales tax is more volatile than property taxes — between 1997 and 2017, the annual change in Continue reading TEXAS – Top State Leaders Have Agreed To Raise Sales Tax To Decrease Property Taxes