CALIFORNIA – Sales Tax Increasing In 51 California Cities Starting Monday

Sacramento, West Sacramento and Roseville area are among 51 California cities in which sales tax will increase starting Monday. Taxes in Roseville and Sacramento each are going up a half-percent (Roseville to 7.75 percent, Sacramento to 8.75 percent). West Sacramento Continue reading CALIFORNIA – Sales Tax Increasing In 51 California Cities Starting Monday

California – Sales Tax Is Going Up In Dozens Of California Cities: See The Full List Here

Residents of 51 California cities are seeing new sales tax rates on their receipts today as new rules kicked in on April 1. The new rates apply to cities in Alameda, Contra Costa and Sonoma counties in the Bay Area. Continue reading California – Sales Tax Is Going Up In Dozens Of California Cities: See The Full List Here

California – Tax Hikes Are Unnecessary. California Businesses Already Pay Their Fair Share

With news of California companies moving to states where taxes and other operating costs are lower, it’s difficult to believe that some groups want to hit in-state employers with another tax increase. But that is precisely the pitch made by special-interest groups Continue reading California – Tax Hikes Are Unnecessary. California Businesses Already Pay Their Fair Share

California – Chico Store Pays Sales Tax For Select Feminine Hygiene Products

CHICO, Calif. — A grocery store called the Chico Natural Foods Cooperative announced it will cover the sales tax typically charged with feminine hygiene products.  Current California law does not exempt feminine hygiene products from sales tax. Action News Now asked a customer Continue reading California – Chico Store Pays Sales Tax For Select Feminine Hygiene Products

California – (CDTFA) California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Announces New Sales and Use Tax Rates Operative April 1, 2019

Sacramento – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) has notified seller’s permit holders that new sales and use tax rates will take effect beginning April 1, 2019. The new rates are the result of voter-approved initiatives. To find the correct rate for Continue reading California – (CDTFA) California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Announces New Sales and Use Tax Rates Operative April 1, 2019

Multistate – Pike v. Bruce Church, Inc., 397 U.S. 137 (1970)

Annotation Primary Holding Even if a law does not discriminate on its face against interstate commerce, it is not permissible if the burdens greatly exceed the benefits to local commerce. Facts Bruce Church, Inc. was an agricultural company that operated Continue reading Multistate – Pike v. Bruce Church, Inc., 397 U.S. 137 (1970)

California – (CDTFA) California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Announces New Sales and Use Tax Rates Operative April 1, 2019

Sacramento – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) has notified seller’s permit holdersthat new sales and use tax rates will take effect beginning April 1, 2019. The new rates are the result of voter-approved initiatives. To find the correct rate for your Continue reading California – (CDTFA) California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Announces New Sales and Use Tax Rates Operative April 1, 2019

CALIFORNIA – No Sales Tax Increase In Santa Clarita For 2019

Officials confirmed Wednesday that there would be no increase to the local sales tax rates in Santa Clarita this year. While residents of many cities and several counties across California were recently informed of an upcoming increase to their local Continue reading CALIFORNIA – No Sales Tax Increase In Santa Clarita For 2019

CALIFORNIA – What California’s Move To Collect Back Taxes From Amazon Fulfillment Users Means For Your Business

In June 2018, the Supreme Court upended e-commerce with a 5-4 ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., allowing states to collect sales tax for sales on the web in which the merchant had no physical presence in that state. The problem with Continue reading CALIFORNIA – What California’s Move To Collect Back Taxes From Amazon Fulfillment Users Means For Your Business