Multi-State – Remote Sellers and Marketplaces: Are You Ready to Collect Sales Tax on October 1, 2019?

New sales tax collection requirements for remote sellers and marketplace providers take effect October 1, 2019, in more than a dozen states — including Texas, the second most populous state in the nation. In fact, it’s getting hard to sell Continue reading Multi-State – Remote Sellers and Marketplaces: Are You Ready to Collect Sales Tax on October 1, 2019?

Texas – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over

Avoiding sales taxes by shopping online is going to get a lot tougher next week. The Texas Legislature fixed a loophole in the last session that dates back to the days when interstate commerce by regular folks was not a Continue reading Texas – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over

TEXAS – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over In Texas And Most States

Avoiding sales taxes by shopping online is going to get a lot tougher next week. The Texas Legislature fixed a loophole in the last session that dates back to the days when interstate commerce by regular folks was not a Continue reading TEXAS – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over In Texas And Most States

California – TAX INFORMATION BULLETIN – September: New California Law Changes Use Tax Collection Requirements for Remote Sellers and New District Use Tax Collection Requirements for All Retailers

On April 25, 2019, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill No. (AB) 147 (Stats. 2019, ch. 5) which requires out-of-state retailers with no physical presence in California (remote sellers) to collect use tax if, during the preceding or current calendar year, Continue reading California – TAX INFORMATION BULLETIN – September: New California Law Changes Use Tax Collection Requirements for Remote Sellers and New District Use Tax Collection Requirements for All Retailers

Missouri – Confusion Revolves Around ‘Sales And Use Tax’ With Kansas City Chiefs

JEFFERSON CITY — The Kansas City Chiefs found themselves inside the Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday tackling issues about their stadium — and not the play that occurs in it. Arrowhead Stadium renovations that cost millions have left the Chiefs Continue reading Missouri – Confusion Revolves Around ‘Sales And Use Tax’ With Kansas City Chiefs

Washington – DOR Files Emergency Rule Making Order

Purpose: Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 458-20-193 (Rule 193) and WAC 458-20-221 (Rule 221) provide guidance regarding the need for a seller to have a physical presence in Washington in order to establish the required nexus for the state to impose Continue reading Washington – DOR Files Emergency Rule Making Order

MULTI STATE – Remote Sellers And Marketplaces: Are You Ready To Collect Sales Tax On October 1, 2019?

New sales tax collection requirements for remote sellers and marketplace providers take effect October 1, 2019, in more than a dozen states — including Texas, the second most populous state in the nation. In fact, it’s getting hard to sell Continue reading MULTI STATE – Remote Sellers And Marketplaces: Are You Ready To Collect Sales Tax On October 1, 2019?

WYOMING – Sheridan Revenues Increase Due To Internet Sales Tax Collections

While Sheridan’s sales and use tax revenues have continued to grow this year, those gains are increasingly dependent on internet, rather than local, sales, according to a presentation City Treasurer Karen Burtis delivered this week. The city’s internet sales tax Continue reading WYOMING – Sheridan Revenues Increase Due To Internet Sales Tax Collections

MULTI STATE – Meeting New Economic Nexus Tax Collection Obligation

As of last year, companies may be required to collect sales and use tax, even without physical nexus in a state, if it conducts a certain amount of business there.R Make sure you have a process in place to meet Continue reading MULTI STATE – Meeting New Economic Nexus Tax Collection Obligation