New York – Senator Proposes Week Long Sales Tax Holiday For Back-To-School Shopping

State Senator Pam Helming yesterday (August 27) proposed legislation in Albany that would make school supplies tax-exempt for one week each year, beginning the Tuesday before Labor Day. The so-called “Back to School Sales Tax Holiday” would include not only Continue reading New York – Senator Proposes Week Long Sales Tax Holiday For Back-To-School Shopping

KANSAS – Imposes Sales and Use Tax Requirements to Fullest Extent Allowed

As of October 1, 2019, ALL out-of-state sellers making sales for delivery into Kansas are required to register with the Department of Revenue and collect and remit Kansas sales or use tax. According to Department of Revenue Notice 19-04, “Kansas imposes Continue reading KANSAS – Imposes Sales and Use Tax Requirements to Fullest Extent Allowed

LOUISIANA – Walmart Sales Tax Dispute Heads To Louisiana Supreme Court

Walmart.com has only about $140,000 directly at stake in a tax fight with a Louisiana parish. But the company’s court challenge to that amount may have ramifications for other online marketplace providers and for Walmart’s operations elsewhere in the state Continue reading LOUISIANA – Walmart Sales Tax Dispute Heads To Louisiana Supreme Court