Alabama – Northport City Leaders Consider Sales Tax Hike, Master Plan

Northport City leaders are watching the City of Tuscaloosa’s growth, and now they want to bring in more business too. Mayor Donna Aaron believed a sales tax may be the answer. Aaron said much of the riverfront and area east Continue reading Alabama – Northport City Leaders Consider Sales Tax Hike, Master Plan

Alabama – Bill Would Raise Online Sales Tax Rate And Require More Retailers To Collect The Tax

A new bill at the Alabama State House would both increase the tax rate for online sales and require more online retailers to collect sales tax. Representative Rod Scott (D- Fairfield) wants to increase online says tax from eight to Continue reading Alabama – Bill Would Raise Online Sales Tax Rate And Require More Retailers To Collect The Tax

Alabama – Once Again, Big Cities Collide With Counties Over Online Sales Taxes In Alabama

The mayors of Alabama’s five largest cities and the state’s influential county commission association are again headed for a showdown over online retail taxes. The arena will be the chambers of the 2019 Legislature. The key issue is dueling interpretations Continue reading Alabama – Once Again, Big Cities Collide With Counties Over Online Sales Taxes In Alabama

Alabama – Council Revokes Business Licenses For Unpaid Taxes

The Gadsden City Council passed resolutions Tuesday revoking the business license of five businesses for unpaid sales taxes. The issue was brought up at the pre-council meeting on March 5, when Revenue Director Lisa Rosser said there was a total Continue reading Alabama – Council Revokes Business Licenses For Unpaid Taxes

ENexus Thresholds February 21, 2019

ENexus Thresholds As Of February 21, 2019 Ref No. State Enforcement Date Dollars of Sales Number of Sales ENexus Threshold 1 TN 1/1/2017 $500,000 0 500/0 2 RI 8/1/2017 $100,000 200 100/200 3 MA 10/1/2017 $500,000 100 500/100 4 OH Continue reading ENexus Thresholds February 21, 2019

Alabama – Online Sales Tax Brought In Additional $12 Million During Holidays

An increase in online sales tax collections paid off for Alabama during the busy holiday shopping period. Remote retailers brought in $12 million more in new tax revenue to the state during the 2018 holiday season compared to the same Continue reading Alabama – Online Sales Tax Brought In Additional $12 Million During Holidays

Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax

“This is the first November and first holiday season Alabama has been able to enforce is online sales tax collections”, as a result of this much more revenue is flowing into the state. this new enforcement also made is possible Continue reading Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax

Alabama – Brick And Mortar Stores Encouraged By November Sales Tax Revenue Numbers

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – The official retail numbers for November are in and it looks like good news for brick and mortar stores. Sales tax revenue up for in-store purchases and online purchases from this time last year. “It has Continue reading Alabama – Brick And Mortar Stores Encouraged By November Sales Tax Revenue Numbers

Alabama – How Much Alabama – And Your City – Has Received Through Online Sales Taxes

Online sales taxes are pumping tens of millions of dollars into the state’s coffers, according to newly released figures. According to the Alabama Retail Association, the state collected almost $54.7 million in sales taxes from out-of-state, online-only retailers from January Continue reading Alabama – How Much Alabama – And Your City – Has Received Through Online Sales Taxes

Alabama – State Began Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus October 1, 2018

REMOTE SELLERS – WAYFAIR DECISION The Department of Revenue’s existing “economic nexus” rule 810-6-2-.90.03, which took effect in January 2016, will be applied prospectively for sales made on or after October 1, 2018. While this rule technically was effective January Continue reading Alabama – State Began Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus October 1, 2018