Georgia – HB 276 Marketplace Facilitators $100,000 Threshold Effective April 1, 2020

House Bill 276 “creates a definition to tax platforms that facilitate retail sales, deliveries, and/or services in the State of Georgia. This would effectively capture third-party sellers on internet platforms who are subject to Sales and Use Tax under Georgia Continue reading Georgia – HB 276 Marketplace Facilitators $100,000 Threshold Effective April 1, 2020

Texas – Texas Tech Banking Program Prepares Students for Modern Finance Careers

Cutting-edge technologies from phone apps to online security help retail banks retain relevance. But how do we ensure banking students enter the job market with current, practical experience and a comprehensive understanding of modern banking operations and practices? The Jerry Continue reading Texas – Texas Tech Banking Program Prepares Students for Modern Finance Careers

Ohio – Lawmakers Considering Range Of Tax Exemptions

Ohio lawmakers are considering several tax exemptions, including a break for the owners of land used in the commercial production of maple syrup. House Bill 109 would grant a property tax exemption to the owners of property used for commercial Continue reading Ohio – Lawmakers Considering Range Of Tax Exemptions

Multi-State – Small Retailers Face Compliance Headache From Explosion Of Internet Sales taxes

The growing patchwork of state internet sales taxes that has emerged since the landmark 2018 Supreme Court decision regarding out-of-state online sellers has hamstrung small businesses with costly compliance burdens. Halstead Bead Inc. an online jewelry supply store in Prescott, Arizona, has Continue reading Multi-State – Small Retailers Face Compliance Headache From Explosion Of Internet Sales taxes