Wisconsin – Hearing Scheduled For March 4, 2020 Credit For Tax Paid To Another State

https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/code/register/2020/770A1/register/ss/ss_003_20/ss_003_20 Upcoming Preliminary Public Hearing on a Permanent Scope Statement for SS 003-20 The Department of Revenue is holding a public hearing on Wednesday, March 4. The hearing will take place at 2:00 p.m. to consider a permanent scope statement relating to Continue reading Wisconsin – Hearing Scheduled For March 4, 2020 Credit For Tax Paid To Another State

Minnesota – Cleaning Service Owners Charged With 45 Sales Tax Crimes

The St. Paul pair failed to pay more than $50,000 in sales tax. A married couple have been charged with 45 felonies for failing to pay sales tax through the cleaning service they ran together. The charges have been brought Continue reading Minnesota – Cleaning Service Owners Charged With 45 Sales Tax Crimes

Oregon – Oregonians Must Pay Washington Sales Tax And File A Return

Oregonians who shop in Washington can start to file a sales tax return with the state. But are they? Last year, Washington lawmakers changed the rules for Oregonians who shop in Washington. Previously, Oregon residents could show their ID card Continue reading Oregon – Oregonians Must Pay Washington Sales Tax And File A Return

California – Sales and Use Tax Internal Controls and Monitoring Department of Tax and Fee Administration 2017 State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA) Statement by Nicolas Maduros

The Taxpayer Transparency and Fairness Act of 2017, which took effect July 1, 2017, restructured the State Board of Equalization (BOE) and separated its functions among three separate entities to guarantee impartiality, equity, and efficiency in tax appeals, protect civil Continue reading California – Sales and Use Tax Internal Controls and Monitoring Department of Tax and Fee Administration 2017 State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA) Statement by Nicolas Maduros

CALIFORNIA – Sales and use tax exemptions: trucks for use in interstate or out-of-state commerce

Assembly bill 321 allows certain sales and use tax exemptions for the storage, use, other consumption, of re-manufactured trucks with an unladen weight of 6,000 pounds. Read More Here: Assembly Bill 321 California Department of tax and fee administration

MARYLAND – Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax

January, 08 2020. The state of Maryland introduced Senate Bill 2, SB2 proposed “a tax on certain annual gross revenues derived from certain digital advertising services.” The outcome of this proposed bill would require those in the field of digital Continue reading MARYLAND – Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax

Missouri – Lawmakers Again Seek To Lower Sales Taxes On Tampons And Pads

Missouri lawmakers are again trying to reduce the state sales tax on tampons and pads. Under proposals by Reps. Jim Neely, R-Cameron, and Gina Mitten, D-Richmond Heights, “feminine hygiene products” — tampons, pads, liners and cups — would be taxed at 1.2%, Continue reading Missouri – Lawmakers Again Seek To Lower Sales Taxes On Tampons And Pads

Indiana – House Republicans Reject Sales Tax Exemption For Breastfeeding Equipment

Indiana House Republicans rejected an attempt to exempt breastfeeding equipment from the state sales tax. Rep. Karlee Macer (D-Indianapolis) offered the amendment on the House floor. “Breast milk is food. It’s food and Indiana law already exempts sales tax of food and Continue reading Indiana – House Republicans Reject Sales Tax Exemption For Breastfeeding Equipment

Connecticut – Lawmaker Proposes 35% Tax On Ammunition Sales To Fund Gun Violence Prevention

State Rep. Jillian Gilchrest, D-West Hartford, has reintroduced a proposal to impose a significant tax on ammunition sales and use the money to fund gun violence prevention and reduction efforts. Gilchrest’s bill, published Monday, calls for a 35% excise tax. A Continue reading Connecticut – Lawmaker Proposes 35% Tax On Ammunition Sales To Fund Gun Violence Prevention

Louisiana – Wal-Mart Is Not a ‘Dealer’ Required to Collect Sales Tax

Wal-Mart succeeded in convincing the Louisiana Supreme Court that it was not a “dealer” obligated to collect sales tax on products sold by third-party retailers on its website. Robert Willens highlights the reasoning that led to Wal-Mart’s win on the Continue reading Louisiana – Wal-Mart Is Not a ‘Dealer’ Required to Collect Sales Tax