Texarkana -Determining the full financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on county governments’ retail sales tax cash flow could remain a guessing game perhaps as far as into the summer. For both Miller and Bowie counties, retail sales tax is one Continue reading Texas – Summer Should Show COVID-19 Sales Tax Hit April 27, 2020
While Alaska does not have a state-level sales tax, many local governments impose a sales tax on taxable sales. This impacts companies doing business in Alaska and remote sellers whose statewide sales meet the requirements to collect and remit sales Continue reading Alaska-Teams Up with MUNIRevs and TTR to Help Companies Get Sales Tax Right APRIL 27, 2020
Certain Washington counties and cities will impose local sales and use tax rate changes effective July 1, 2020. Local Rate Changes San Juan County increases its local rate by 0.2%. The rate in Friday Harbor will be 8.5%, and the Continue reading Washington– Sales and Use Tax: Local Rate Changes and Municipal Annexations Announced May 4, 2020.
Retail sales tax collections were $184.1 million; $2.3 million or 1.2% below the estimate. Compensating use tax collections were 2.4% higher than estimated with $41.5 million collected. As predicted, the State of Kansas saw a decrease in total tax collections Continue reading Kansas- Tax Collections Down 51.4% Compared to Last April Fiscal Year 2019
Capitol Report — Top White House economist Larry Kudlow on Wednesday called for measures including a payroll-tax holiday and deregulation for small businesses, as he said growth would be worse in the second quarter than the first. Kudlow, who heads the Continue reading Multi-State – Kudlow Calls For Tax, Regulatory Breaks as He Sees Worse Growth in Second Quarter April 29 ,2020