New York- Manhattan Loses Sales Tax Revenue, Cancels Summer Programs APRIL 27, 2020

With COVID-19 progressing, Manhattan estimates a $3 million to $8 million loss in 2020 sales tax revenue. The first three months of 2020 showed sales tax revenue was strong in Manhattan, however, COVID-19 deterred any upcoming financial growth. Dennis Marstall, Continue reading New York- Manhattan Loses Sales Tax Revenue, Cancels Summer Programs APRIL 27, 2020

Oklahoma – April 2020 Sales and Use Tax News Release Actual and Estimated Numbers

The April distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from February business.  Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay electronically.  The monies Continue reading Oklahoma – April 2020 Sales and Use Tax News Release Actual and Estimated Numbers

Louisiana – Calcasieu Parish Offers Extension for Sales Tax Payments

Calcasieu Parish governments are extending the dealine for payments of March sales and use taxes. Due to the continued impact to businesses in Calcasieu Parish from the “stay at home” order throughout the state, the local governing bodies that levy Continue reading Louisiana – Calcasieu Parish Offers Extension for Sales Tax Payments

Colorado – Grand Valley Sales Tax Collections Up For Now

A key measure of sales activity in the Grand Valley continues to increase, although the latest numbers don’t yet reflect the full effects of the coronavirus outbreak. The City of Grand Junction and Mesa County both reported year-over-year increases in Continue reading Colorado – Grand Valley Sales Tax Collections Up For Now

Colorado- As US House approves latest COVID-19 relief package, cities and counties are left wanting

While the U.S. House votes on a fourth COVID-19 relief package to the tune of $484 billion on Thursday, the measure lacks the aid for cities and counties that are losing revenue and making decisions to lay off or furlough Continue reading Colorado- As US House approves latest COVID-19 relief package, cities and counties are left wanting

New York – AB 10321 Would Expand Sales Tax Imposition To Include Advertising Services

A.B. 10321 expands the New York’s sales and use tax imposition to include digital advertising services, mirroring a ncompanion a bill introduced in the Senate last week.  A.B. 10321 would expand state sales and use tax to digital advertising services, such as Continue reading New York – AB 10321 Would Expand Sales Tax Imposition To Include Advertising Services

Missouri – Missouri’s Lack of E-commerce Use Tax Means Missing out on Revenue from Items Sold Online April 24, 2020

As Missouri moves to reopen the state’s economy while still respecting social distancing measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, city and county government leaders warn of dire financial problems due to Missouri’s lack of an e-commerce use tax. Callaway County Continue reading Missouri – Missouri’s Lack of E-commerce Use Tax Means Missing out on Revenue from Items Sold Online April 24, 2020

California – CDTFA Leadership Conference January 21 and 22, 2020 – Situation #4

January 21 and 22, 2020 the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration gathered supervisors, district principal auditors and Sacramento decision makers at a leadership conference hosted by Director of the CDTFA Mr. Nicolas Maduros. The SALT Report had the Continue reading California – CDTFA Leadership Conference January 21 and 22, 2020 – Situation #4

Multi-State– Federal Reserve Announces $2.3 Trillion in Lending Programs

On April 9, 2020, the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department announced plans to provide up to $2.3 trillion in loans to help support the economy. The plans include the following: $349 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program Liquidity Facility (PPPLF) to help Continue reading Multi-State– Federal Reserve Announces $2.3 Trillion in Lending Programs

Connecticut—DRS Announces Priority One Taxpayer Assistance Program

The Connecticut Priority One Taxpayer Assistance Program is available to business and individual taxpayers who may be unable to meet their current collection obligations due to COVID-19. Any taxpayer who is the subject of a collection action and needs relief Continue reading Connecticut—DRS Announces Priority One Taxpayer Assistance Program