Arizona – ADOR Unveils Resources for New Remote Seller and Marketplace Facilitator Tax

News and Announcement From the Arizona Department of Revenue Website information and outreach team in place The October 1, 2019 implementation of transaction privilege tax (TPT) for remote sellers and marketplace facilitators is moving forward with the unveiling of detailed Continue reading Arizona – ADOR Unveils Resources for New Remote Seller and Marketplace Facilitator Tax

NEW HAMPSHIRE – Wayfair Ruling May Have Impact On Small And Large Businesses

When New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill last month to help the state grapple with the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair ruling, the measure had bipartisan support in the Legislature. The retail community, on the other Continue reading NEW HAMPSHIRE – Wayfair Ruling May Have Impact On Small And Large Businesses

Nebraska – News Release: Nebraska Sales and Use Tax Updates for October 1, 2019

AUGUST 20, 2019 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — Tax Commissioner Tony Fulton announced that the city of Lincoln will increase its local sales and use tax rate to 1.75% effective October 1, 2019. Additionally, the village of Orchard will start a local Continue reading Nebraska – News Release: Nebraska Sales and Use Tax Updates for October 1, 2019

OKLAHOMA – Mayor: Sales Tax Offers Way To Fund Infrastructure

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, voters in the city of Tahlequah will have an election for a half-cent city excise tax. “On Sept. 10, you have the opportunity to have your voice heard about the future growth of Tahlequah’s infrastructure,” said Continue reading OKLAHOMA – Mayor: Sales Tax Offers Way To Fund Infrastructure

Oregon – After Tumultuous Week, Oregon Senate Passes Historic School Funding Bill

After nearly a week of delay, and no fewer than three bills falling dead in its wake, a bill to inject $1 billion a year more into Oregon’s K-12 schools is on its way to the governor. House Bill 3427, a Continue reading Oregon – After Tumultuous Week, Oregon Senate Passes Historic School Funding Bill

MULTI STATE – Marketplace Monday – Accepting Exemption Certificates

The shift in tax collection responsibility to marketplace facilitators raises questions on how to address exempt sales and related documentation requirements. States generally require sellers responsible for collecting sales and use tax to maintain that (i) sales or use tax Continue reading MULTI STATE – Marketplace Monday – Accepting Exemption Certificates

WASHINGTON – Clallam looks to work with cities in gaining from sales tax law

Clallam County commissioners are reaching out to Port Angeles, Sequim and Forks city officials to discuss leveraging the benefits of House Bill 1406, which gives governments access to sales tax revenues to address pressing needs for affordable housing. Under HB Continue reading WASHINGTON – Clallam looks to work with cities in gaining from sales tax law

Washington – State Keeps Door Open For Retail Marijuana Sales

WASHINGTON — City officials will consider allowing retail outlets for marijuana products to open in town after it becomes legal statewide Jan. 1 for adults to possess and use marijuana recreationally. “Because of the revenue stream it would create, it’s Continue reading Washington – State Keeps Door Open For Retail Marijuana Sales

CONNECTICUT – Boat sales booming thanks to reduced state sales tax

The Connecticut Marine Trades Association says Connecticut boat sales are booming, thanks to last year’s lowering of the state sales tax rate on luxury boats. Some boat dealerships have seen a 25 percent spike since January, and it doesn’t look Continue reading CONNECTICUT – Boat sales booming thanks to reduced state sales tax

Indiana – State Tax Filing About To Get Easier

Hoosiers still have to pay taxes but Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration is trying to make the process a little less painful. The Indiana Department of Revenue is set to deploy the first of a four-phase rollout Sept. 3, while another Continue reading Indiana – State Tax Filing About To Get Easier