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Multi-State – Beginner’s Guide to Drop Shipping Sales Tax

Tax time is a dreaded season for many, especially for ecommerce businesses that work with drop shippers. Staying compliant is no walk in the park, and with almost 11,000 sales tax jurisdictions across the US, it can be difficult to keep up. Continue reading Multi-State – Beginner’s Guide to Drop Shipping Sales Tax

CALIFORNIA – Tax Incentives For Cannabis Companies

The recent passage of the 2018 Farm Bill descheduled industrial hemp and its derivatives. This new law, combined with the pending bipartisan bill, the Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES) Act, (which if passed would provide similar legal Continue reading CALIFORNIA – Tax Incentives For Cannabis Companies

WASHINGTON, D.C – Is Your Organization Tax-Exempt In D.C.? Act Soon To Retain The Exemption.

Organizations wishing to apply for or retain an exemption from the District of Columbia on income and franchise tax, sales and use tax, or personal property tax are subject to some new filing requirements. Organizations now must re-certify their qualification Continue reading WASHINGTON, D.C – Is Your Organization Tax-Exempt In D.C.? Act Soon To Retain The Exemption.

South Dakota – Privacy Cloaks Some Sales-Tax Evaders

Journal loses appeal seeking greater transparency After a South Dakota court orders a sales-tax evader to pay up, a question lingers. Was the money ever paid? The answer in many cases is confidential, according to a recent ruling against the Continue reading South Dakota – Privacy Cloaks Some Sales-Tax Evaders

PENNSYLVANIA – ‘We’re Heartbroken’: Customers Say Goodbye To ShopRite That Is Closing And Blaming Soda Tax

Didi Anderson walked two blocks from her home to the ShopRite in West Philadelphia on Wednesday morning to buy a can of peas for beef stew. But she lingered inside, filling her cart with more than just peas, as she Continue reading PENNSYLVANIA – ‘We’re Heartbroken’: Customers Say Goodbye To ShopRite That Is Closing And Blaming Soda Tax

Texas – TEXAS ANALYSIS: Asking Texas Voters To Swap Higher Sales Taxes For Property Tax Cuts

In the rush of legislation filed before last week’s deadline, you wouldn’t be the only person who missed the measure proposing a 6.26 percent state sales tax rate. No reason you should have seen it or made note of it.  Continue reading Texas – TEXAS ANALYSIS: Asking Texas Voters To Swap Higher Sales Taxes For Property Tax Cuts

New Jersey – State’s Largest City Plans To Test Universal Basic Income Program

New Jersey’s largest city plans to test whether universal basic income is feasible, making it the latest government to flirt with a program that would guarantee income for residents whether or not they have a job. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced his decision last Continue reading New Jersey – State’s Largest City Plans To Test Universal Basic Income Program

Rhode Island – Nardone Bill Would Lower Remote Sales Tax In RI from 7% To 6.5% As “Already Required By Law”

Freshman Republican State Representative George Nardone appeared on GoLocal LIVE at at the Rhode Island State House, where he spoke to his bill, introduced along with colleagues Sherry Roberts and Minority Leader Blake Filippi — to reduce the rate for Continue reading Rhode Island – Nardone Bill Would Lower Remote Sales Tax In RI from 7% To 6.5% As “Already Required By Law”

Nebraska – Online Sales Tax Bill Among Those Sent To Ricketts For Signature

Nebraska will begin collecting sales tax from online retailers beginning April 1 if Gov. Pete Ricketts signs a bill sent to him Friday. Senators gave final approval to the bill (LB284) by Omaha Sen. John McCollister. Online sales tax revenue, Continue reading Nebraska – Online Sales Tax Bill Among Those Sent To Ricketts For Signature

Kansas – SB 22 Has Passed The House With Economic Nexus Provisions On Remote Sellers And Marketplace Facilitators

Senate Bill 22, if enacted, would require a remote seller or marketplace facilitator to collect and remit Kansas state and local sales or use tax, even if they have no physical presence. The bill outlines the thresholds that would trigger Continue reading Kansas – SB 22 Has Passed The House With Economic Nexus Provisions On Remote Sellers And Marketplace Facilitators