Missouri- Virus Fuels Urgency in Online Tax Debate

Online retailers didn’t need much of a push to continue grabbing a bigger share of market. They got it anyway when lockdowns and stay-at-home orders closed brick-and-mortar stores across the country. Now, local businesses are trying to recover and governments Continue reading Missouri- Virus Fuels Urgency in Online Tax Debate

Wyoming- Lawmakers Have Been Given an Unexpected Second Chance MAY 10, 2020

Wyoming lawmakers may not realize it, but they’ve been given a rare and unexpected opportunity this election year. Surprisingly, it comes as the result of our new nemesis: COVID-19. But amid the economic devastation left in the wake of this Continue reading Wyoming- Lawmakers Have Been Given an Unexpected Second Chance MAY 10, 2020

New York- New Sales Tax Data Reinforce ‘Troubling Findings’ of COVID-19 Economic Impact Report

The New York State Association of Counties announced that, this week, counties received their first installment of sales tax directly related to the first month where the statewide lock down on economic activity was in effect. In aggregate, the county Continue reading New York- New Sales Tax Data Reinforce ‘Troubling Findings’ of COVID-19 Economic Impact Report

Florida- Equitable Sales-Tax Increase May Be Key to Economic Recovery

It’s no secret that due to the pandemic, Florida is suffering an unprecedented economic downturn, with state budget cuts looming ahead. Yet even in these dark times, it’s important to remember that every adversity carries with it the seed of Continue reading Florida- Equitable Sales-Tax Increase May Be Key to Economic Recovery