South Carolina – Private Letter Ruling #20-4 Sales and Use Tax: Software Subscription Service Was Taxable

A Private Letter Ruling is an advisory opinion issued to a specific taxpayer by the Department to apply principles of law to a specific set of facts or a particular tax situation. Private Letter Ruling issued May 18, 2020: QUESTIONS Continue reading South Carolina – Private Letter Ruling #20-4 Sales and Use Tax: Software Subscription Service Was Taxable

New Jersey- Crippling Effects of COVID-19: NJ Faces $10B Revenue Shortfall

The Department of the Treasury delivered a budget update to the Legislature Friday, providing a detailed revenue report that illustrates the devastating impact COVID-19 has had on New Jersey’s finances and laying out plans to close the looming gap for Continue reading New Jersey- Crippling Effects of COVID-19: NJ Faces $10B Revenue Shortfall

Wisconsin- Opponents Appeal Circuit Court Ruling Upholding Brown County’s 0.5% Sales Tax

The Brown County Taxpayers Associated has appealed a circuit court ruling that the Brown County’s sales tax complies with state law. Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, based in Milwaukee, filed the appeal Wednesday on behalf of the taxpayers association Continue reading Wisconsin- Opponents Appeal Circuit Court Ruling Upholding Brown County’s 0.5% Sales Tax