Colorado – Overhaul Of Online Sales Tax System In Works

A bill that would etch controversial rule changes to Colorado’s sales tax collection framework into law received unanimous support from the House Finance Committee on Thursday, April 11. It will now head to the Appropriations Committee as its sponsors race Continue reading Colorado – Overhaul Of Online Sales Tax System In Works

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

Colorado – Denver City Council Votes To Remove ‘Tampon Tax’ From Feminine Hygiene Products

DENVER — The Denver City Council voted unanimously to remove a local sales tax on feminine hygiene products purchased within the city of Denver on Tuesday night. The “tampon tax” bill, which passed 11-0, eliminates the 4.31 percent sales tax Continue reading Colorado – Denver City Council Votes To Remove ‘Tampon Tax’ From Feminine Hygiene Products

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

Colorado – Senate Committee OKs Bill To Simplify State Sales-Tax System

The Colorado Department of Revenue would create a simplified sales and use tax computer system that businesses could access to determine point-of-delivery sales taxes under a bill that won approval in a legislative committee Tuesday. Such a system is needed Continue reading Colorado – Senate Committee OKs Bill To Simplify State Sales-Tax System

Colorado – Grace Period Extended For New Sales Tax Rules

Colorado Department of Revenue Executive Director Mike Hartman issued the following statement on Thursday regarding proposed sales tax rules to implement the U.S. Supreme Court’s South Dakota v Wayfair decision and destination sourcing: “As part of our rulemaking process to Continue reading Colorado – Grace Period Extended For New Sales Tax Rules

Colorado – Viewpoint: Colorado Shouldn’t Enforce New Sales Tax Until Collection System Is Fixed

Colorado has one of the most complicated sales tax environments in the nation, creating a heavy burden on every business selling in the state. With nearly 300 taxing authorities — home rule, special districts, local, and state — and overlapping boundaries, there are over Continue reading Colorado – Viewpoint: Colorado Shouldn’t Enforce New Sales Tax Until Collection System Is Fixed

Colorado – State’s Messy Sales Tax System Could Get More Complicated As The State Tries To Tap Into Online Revenue

In South Dakota v. Wayfair, Supreme Court ruled online taxes can’t be “burdensome” for interstate sales, but Colorado’s complex system will put the ruling to the test As state regulators scramble to expand online sales taxes in the wake of Continue reading Colorado – State’s Messy Sales Tax System Could Get More Complicated As The State Tries To Tap Into Online Revenue