California – Governor Newsom Allows Small Businesses To Defer Payment Of Sales And Use Tax Of Up To $50,000 For Up To 12 Months

The state is allocating $50 million to the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank for loan guarantees to small businesses to help eliminate barriers to capital for individuals who do not qualify for federal funds, including low wealth and undocumented Continue reading California – Governor Newsom Allows Small Businesses To Defer Payment Of Sales And Use Tax Of Up To $50,000 For Up To 12 Months

California – Help for Food Vendors with Local and District Taxes 2020

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration understands how complicated it may be for mobile food vendors to correctly report local and district taxes and determine the proper tax rate to collect on retail sales. CDTFA provides information on Continue reading California – Help for Food Vendors with Local and District Taxes 2020

Tennessee- DOR Ruling #20-02 Dated 2/20/2020 Construction Sales and Use Tax And Required Certificate To Support Allowed Exemption

The Tennessee Department of Revenue concluded that an exemption does exist when working on a construction contract. As noted in the ruling exemptions must be properly supported by an Exemption Certificate. Additionally, Rule 102 also contemplates contractors and subcontractors will Continue reading Tennessee- DOR Ruling #20-02 Dated 2/20/2020 Construction Sales and Use Tax And Required Certificate To Support Allowed Exemption

Rhode Island – Restaurants Frustrated State Still Wants Sales Tax Money Friday, March 20, 2020

Gov. Gina Raimondo is rejecting pleas from Rhode Island restaurants to waive Friday’s deadline for them to remit sales tax money to the state to help them amid the unprecedented industry shutdown caused by COVID-19. Restaurants, bars and other establishments Continue reading Rhode Island – Restaurants Frustrated State Still Wants Sales Tax Money Friday, March 20, 2020

Georgia – Uber, Lyft Customers to Begin Paying Sales Tax in Georgia on Wednesday April 3, 2020

Ride-hailing customers in Atlanta will begin paying one of the highest sales taxes in the country Wednesday, thanks in part to a legislative shutdown brought about by the coronavirus outbreak. Earlier this year the General Assembly passed legislation raising sales Continue reading Georgia – Uber, Lyft Customers to Begin Paying Sales Tax in Georgia on Wednesday April 3, 2020