Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

SALT Report 3914 – The MTC is sponsoring a prospective amnesty program targeting online marketplace sellers. The amnesty program will begin on Thursday, August 17, 2017 and will close October 17, 2017. The following 19 states have agreed to participate Continue reading Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

Arkansas – Sales Tax Holiday August 5th – August 6th

SALT Report 3914 – The Sales Tax Holiday will allow shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain School Supplies, School Art Supplies, School Instructional Materials, and clothing free of state and local sales or use tax.   All retailers are required to participate Continue reading Arkansas – Sales Tax Holiday August 5th – August 6th

Multi-State – Sales Tax Holidays For Back-To-School Shoppers in 2017

Kiplinger Kip Tips by Sarah Smith July 6, 2017 These 16 states offer sales tax breaks on everything from computers to paintbrushes this summer. Before you wander the aisles of your favorite department store to stock up on the new Continue reading Multi-State – Sales Tax Holidays For Back-To-School Shoppers in 2017

Arkansas – The “Arkansas Medical Marijuana Special Privilege Tax Of 2017” Goes Into Effect July 1, 2017

SALT Report 3902 – Arkansas Act 1098 levies a privilege tax on usable Medical Marijuana sold by a cultivation facility, dispensary, or other marijuana business.  Those businesses licensed by the Alcohol Beverage Control must collect and remit the special privilege Continue reading Arkansas – The “Arkansas Medical Marijuana Special Privilege Tax Of 2017” Goes Into Effect July 1, 2017

Arkansas – Candy And Soft Drinks Removed From The Definition Of Food Beginning January 1, 2018

SALT Report 3905 – Similar to multiple other states, Arkansas Act 141 will be removing candy and soft drinks from  the definitions of “Food” and “Food Ingredients” beginning January 1, 2018. The full 6.5% State sales and use tax rate Continue reading Arkansas – Candy And Soft Drinks Removed From The Definition Of Food Beginning January 1, 2018

Arkansas – AR Amazon decision shifts debate

By Jamie Williams jwilliams@thedailycitizen.com The debate on Internet sales and use tax collection has shifted to what to do with the revenue in the wake of an announcement made by Amazon on Friday, according to state lawmakers from White County. Continue reading Arkansas – AR Amazon decision shifts debate

Arkansas – AR Bill aims to earmark sales tax from Amazon Read more: The Courier – Your Messenger for the River Valley – Bill aims to earmark sales tax from Amazon

The Courier News On-Line By Ibby Caputo, Arkansas Nonprofit News Network 04:16 PM, Wednesday, February 15 2017 Last week, Amazon announced it planned to voluntarily collect sales tax in Arkansas starting in March. Now, a bill filed in the House Continue reading Arkansas – AR Bill aims to earmark sales tax from Amazon Read more: The Courier – Your Messenger for the River Valley – Bill aims to earmark sales tax from Amazon

Arkansas – AR Sales-tax collection bill falls short in Arkansas House committee

Arkansas On-Line By Michael R. Wickline This article was published today at 4:30 a.m. Measure targets out-of-state firms’ sales data The state House tax committee balked Tuesday at recommending legislation that would require out-of-state companies to collect taxes on their Continue reading Arkansas – AR Sales-tax collection bill falls short in Arkansas House committee

Arkansas – AR Amazon to start collecting Arkansas sales tax in March

KATV – ABC 7 Little Rock by Elicia DoverFriday, February 10th 2017 Amazon will start collecting Arkansans sales tax starting in March, according to a spokeswoman for the company. “Amazon will begin collecting sales tax in the state of Arkansas Continue reading Arkansas – AR Amazon to start collecting Arkansas sales tax in March

Arkansas – AR Sales tax collection bill passes House

ARKLATEX.com By: KARK Posted: Feb 08, 2017 07:13 AM CST Updated: Feb 08, 2017 07:13 AM CST LITTLE ROCK – A bill that would require shoppers to pay Arkansas sales tax on online purchases passed in the House 54-26 Tuesday. Continue reading Arkansas – AR Sales tax collection bill passes House