Colorado – Department of Revenue Posts End Date to Sales Tax Grace Period

Grace Period In-state retailers: There is a grace period through May 31, 2019, to comply with sales tax changes to ensure retailers have sufficient time to make the required systems changes. The destination sourcing will be implemented concurrently with the out-of-state retailer Continue reading Colorado – Department of Revenue Posts End Date to Sales Tax Grace Period

Texas – Register Now For Our Latest Webinar – Taxable Services In Texas

Taxable Services in TexasTuesday, June 18, 2019 Most items sold are taxable, but what about services you provide? This webinar highlights several taxable services in Texas including amusement services, data processing services, nonresidential real property work, real property services and Continue reading Texas – Register Now For Our Latest Webinar – Taxable Services In Texas

Texas – Sales Tax Holiday For Emergency Supplies Set For April 27-29

(AUSTIN) — With the potential for severe weather approaching, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, which occurs April 27-29. “While we can’t know in advance Continue reading Texas – Sales Tax Holiday For Emergency Supplies Set For April 27-29

New Mexico – State To Tax Out-of-State Sellers And Marketplace Providers

New Mexico is the latest of more than 35 states to adopt economic nexus and impose a sales tax collection requirement on remote businesses that have a certain amount of economic activity in the state. Starting July 1, 2019, an out-of-state seller Continue reading New Mexico – State To Tax Out-of-State Sellers And Marketplace Providers

Missouri – State Website Offers Use Tax Answers

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Maryville voters approved a use tax last week, but some still had questions about how it would function. One of the most common questions posed on The Forum’s Facebook page both before and after the election was Continue reading Missouri – State Website Offers Use Tax Answers

California – GO-Biz Committee Approves $70 Million in Tax Credits for 35 Companies Committing to Add Over 4000 Jobs in California

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAneesh.Raman@gobiz.ca.govApril 11, 2019 Sacramento, Calif. – Today, the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) announced that the California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) committee approved $70 million in tax credits for 35 companies projected to create 4,221 Continue reading California – GO-Biz Committee Approves $70 Million in Tax Credits for 35 Companies Committing to Add Over 4000 Jobs in California

Iowa – Have You Prepared For Iowa’s Software And Services Sales Tax Rules?

Many Iowans have noticed a price increase on their Netflix and iTunes purchases during the past couple of months. That’s because Iowa’s recently enacted tax reform bill has levied a sales tax on certain digital products and services. However, like Continue reading Iowa – Have You Prepared For Iowa’s Software And Services Sales Tax Rules?

Minnesota – Openings In upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

Basic Sales and Use Tax classes April 10, 2019 (Duluth) April 10, 2019 (Mankato) April 17, 2019 (Webinar) April 24, 2019 (Brainerd) April 24, 2019 (St. Paul) April 25, 2019 (St. Cloud) May 8, 2019 (Edina) Sales and Use Tax Continue reading Minnesota – Openings In upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

California – California May Require Marketplace Facilitators To Collect Tax For Sellers, Increase Small Seller Exception

Update 3.6.2019: AB 147 sailed through today’s Appropriations Committee hearing. Several people praised the bill and no one opposed it.  California is on track to enforce remote sales tax collection starting April 1, 2019, as required by a California Department of Continue reading California – California May Require Marketplace Facilitators To Collect Tax For Sellers, Increase Small Seller Exception

Nebraska – Ricketts Opposes Repeal Of Candy, Soda Pop Tax Exemptions

Gov. Pete Ricketts joined hands with representatives of grocery and beverage associations Wednesday to oppose proposals to repeal state sales tax exemptions for soda pop, candy and bottled water in order to help fund property tax relief.   Ricketts said such Continue reading Nebraska – Ricketts Opposes Repeal Of Candy, Soda Pop Tax Exemptions