Multistate – How the Wayfair Decision Sparked a Digital Transformation in Tax

The Wayfair decision changed the landscape of state sales tax and made compliance much more difficult for all sizes of businesses.  Two years have passed since the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Supreme Court ruling granted states the ability to impose sales tax obligations Continue reading Multistate – How the Wayfair Decision Sparked a Digital Transformation in Tax

Multistate- States Provide Covid-19 Tax Guidance in Wake of Telecommuting Employees

Many states have issued guidance on payroll tax withholding as many employees find themselves working from home in a different state that their usual place of employment. Jason Rosenberg and Adam Caputo of Withum outline recent guidance and look at Continue reading Multistate- States Provide Covid-19 Tax Guidance in Wake of Telecommuting Employees

Kentucky- Enforced Collection Action Has Been Suspended

At the direction of Governor Andy Beshear, the Kentucky Department of Revenue (DOR) has suspended all enforced collection action due to the COVID-19 emergency.  During this time, some taxpayers may receive a “Final Notice Before Seizure” letter encouraging them to Continue reading Kentucky- Enforced Collection Action Has Been Suspended

Colorado- Colorado Springs Sales and Use Tax Revenue Plunges at Record Level

Colorado Springs sales and use tax revenue plunged a record 21.8% in April from the year before — but the drop was only about half of what city officials had feared. Sales and use tax revenue are critical for the Continue reading Colorado- Colorado Springs Sales and Use Tax Revenue Plunges at Record Level

California- Council Seeks Support, More Details on Possible Sales Tax Increase

Auburn City Council members put off a vote to officially add a 1-cent sales tax increase on the November ballot Monday night, directing staff to provide more specifics. The current sales tax in Auburn is 7.25 percent, with 6 percent Continue reading California- Council Seeks Support, More Details on Possible Sales Tax Increase

Nevada- Economic Shutdown Wiped Out Sales Tax Gains

Members of the Economic Forum were told Wednesday that the economic shutdown in March wiped out eight months of gains in taxable sales. Legislative Counsel Bureau economist Russ Guindon said taxable sales were up 6.1 percent — $481 million — Continue reading Nevada- Economic Shutdown Wiped Out Sales Tax Gains