Utah – Tax Reform Task Force Not Going To ‘Tax Everything,’ But Still Looking At Sales Taxes On Some Services

SALT LAKE CITY — Now that members of the Utah Legislature’s tax reform task force have finished a series of public meetings around the state, they’re ready to start talking specifics. For Sen. Lyle Hillyard, co-chairman of the Tax Restructuring and Equalization Continue reading Utah – Tax Reform Task Force Not Going To ‘Tax Everything,’ But Still Looking At Sales Taxes On Some Services

TEXAS – 2019 Sales Tax Holiday Set for Aug. 9-11

During this annual sales tax holiday, you can buy most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for less than $100) tax free from a Texas store or from an online or catalog seller doing business in Texas. For More Information Visit: Continue reading TEXAS – 2019 Sales Tax Holiday Set for Aug. 9-11

Georgia – Third-Party Sellers To Pay Sales Tax Under New Law April 1, 2020

Third-party sellers using online marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay and Airbnb will have to pay sales taxes to the state of Georgia under a bill the governor signed into law Thursday. State officials estimate that House Bill 276, which takes Continue reading Georgia – Third-Party Sellers To Pay Sales Tax Under New Law April 1, 2020

Nebraska – Proposed Bill Would Put A Sales Tax On Everyday Items

Legislative bill 810 discussed at the capitol on Thursday, bringing a lot of opponents to the stand to air their grievances. The bill would place a sales tax on items such as sodas, candies and snacks. The revenue would go Continue reading Nebraska – Proposed Bill Would Put A Sales Tax On Everyday Items