Rhode Island – RI Amazon will charge sales tax

By Bill Tomison and Ted Nesi Published: January 18, 2017, 1:26 pm Updated: January 18, 2017, 6:35 pm PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Buying an item online at Amazon.com will soon cost a little more for Rhode Islanders. “The online retailer Continue reading Rhode Island – RI Amazon will charge sales tax

Connecticut – Herbal Aloe Products Deemed Exempt from Sales and Use Tax

SALT Report 3881 – The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services released a ruling regarding the taxability of herbal aloe products. They ruled that the sales of herbal aloe products are exempt from sales and use taxes as sales of food Continue reading Connecticut – Herbal Aloe Products Deemed Exempt from Sales and Use Tax

Connecticut – Proposes Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Diapers (HB 6595)

Salt Report 3598 – The Connecticut Department of Revenue is considering making baby diapers exempt from sales and use tax.  Adult diapers are already classified as exempt in the state.  Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Continue reading Connecticut – Proposes Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Diapers (HB 6595)

Connecticut – New Filing and Payment Due Dates For Sales And Use Taxes

SALT Report 3508 – Effective in 2015, recently enacted legislation will change the due dates for filing and payment of Sales and Use taxes from the last day of the month to the 20th of the month, directly following the Continue reading Connecticut – New Filing and Payment Due Dates For Sales And Use Taxes

Connecticut –2014 Sales Tax Holiday August 17-23

SALT Report 3427 – The Annual One-Week Sales and Use Tax Exclusion for Clothing and Footwear Costing Less Than $300 runs from Sunday, August 17 through Saturday, August 23. For Further Information: 2014 Sales Tax Holiday Examples of Clothing and Continue reading Connecticut –2014 Sales Tax Holiday August 17-23

Connecticut –Sales and Use Tax Exemptions For Certain Water Pollution Equipment

SALT Report 3272 – Policy Statement 2014-1 provides explanation and procedures for supporting the exemption for qualifying water pollution control equipment. “…the sale of tangible personal property is not subject to sales and use taxes when the tangible personal property Continue reading Connecticut –Sales and Use Tax Exemptions For Certain Water Pollution Equipment

Connecticut – Quill Quelled

SALT Report 3212 – Revocation of Special Notice 92(19).  On December 19, 2013, the State of Connecticut revoked “Special Notice 92(19), Effect of Quill Corp. V. North Dakota on the Collection of Use Tax by Retailers Who Engage in Business Continue reading Connecticut – Quill Quelled

Connecticut– 2013 Sales and Use Tax Legislative Changes

SALT Report 3198 – SN 2013(5) 2013 Legislative Changes Affecting Sales and Use Taxes addresses various legislative developments regarding the imposition of sales and use taxes.  A couple of the developments are noted below: Seller’s Permit Compliance – Beginning July Continue reading Connecticut– 2013 Sales and Use Tax Legislative Changes

Connecticut – Amazon.com to Begin Collecting Sales Tax as of Nov. 1st

SALT Report 3128 – An agreement was made between Amazon.com and the State of Connecticut wherein the online retailer will, beginning November 1, 2013, start collecting and remitting the state’s sales tax which is currently 6.35%.  Amazon.com also has plans Continue reading Connecticut – Amazon.com to Begin Collecting Sales Tax as of Nov. 1st

Connecticut – Penalty Waiver Request Policy Issued

SALT Report 3015 – The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services issued a policy statement that addresses the procedures for requesting a waiver of civil penalties.   The policy statement will clarify the penalty waiver process and the standard the Department uses Continue reading Connecticut – Penalty Waiver Request Policy Issued