Tennessee: Governor Signs Marketplace Facilitators Sales Tax Law, Effective October 1, 2020

A new Marketplace Facilitators Sales Tax bill was signed by Governor Bill Lee on April 1, 2020, and will go into effect on October 1, 2020. The new bill, Public Chapter 646, requires marketplace facilitators that make or facilitate more Continue reading Tennessee: Governor Signs Marketplace Facilitators Sales Tax Law, Effective October 1, 2020

Pennsylvania- Revenue Plunges in April, Due Mainly Due to Extending Filing Deadlines, Officials Say MAY 1, 2020

Pennsylvania collected only about half of the $4.4 billion it had budgeted for the month of April, a drop due in large part to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue estimates that approximately $1.7 Continue reading Pennsylvania- Revenue Plunges in April, Due Mainly Due to Extending Filing Deadlines, Officials Say MAY 1, 2020

Arizona – TPT Filers-Please Submit Your Return – April 2020

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds transaction privilege tax filers that returns are due. To be in compliance with state law, you must file a return by its due date, even if there is no tax due for the Continue reading Arizona – TPT Filers-Please Submit Your Return – April 2020

California – What Comes Next for Cities? Deficits, Bailouts and Long Recoveries

Cities have been ground zero in California’s coronavirus response — with many initiating shelter-in-place orders, organizing emergency housing for homeless people and supporting health and essential workers. But even before restrictions get lifted, mayors, managers and city councils are being Continue reading California – What Comes Next for Cities? Deficits, Bailouts and Long Recoveries

Missouri- Groups Seek Internet Sales Tax Legislation to Establish Emergency Fund, More APRIL 30, 2020

Before the legislative session ends, a coalition of eight groups hope lawmakers can push through an internet sales tax bill so collections could be used to establish a cash operating expense fund, finance transportation projects, and otherwise alleviate state debt.  The cohort sent Continue reading Missouri- Groups Seek Internet Sales Tax Legislation to Establish Emergency Fund, More APRIL 30, 2020

Georgia – Richmond Hill estimates 20-25 % Dip in Sales Tax Due to COVID-19

Like many cities, Richmond Hill is feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The city relies heavily on people coming in and out of the city not only that but they rely on money being spent within city limits. With Continue reading Georgia – Richmond Hill estimates 20-25 % Dip in Sales Tax Due to COVID-19