Multi-State – Six Weeks Remaining In The MTC Program For Marketplace Sellers

SALT Report 3941 – The Multistate Tax Commission’s Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative will consider applications for voluntary disclosure meeting specific eligibility criteria received during  the time period August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017. There are six weeks Continue reading Multi-State – Six Weeks Remaining In The MTC Program For Marketplace Sellers

Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State 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 24 states have agreed to participate Continue reading Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State Initiative) August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State 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 24 states have agreed to participate Continue reading Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State Initiative) August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

Multi-State – State Rundown 2/23: Regressive Tax Proposals Multiplying

Tax Justice Blog February 23, 2017 05:01 PM By Meg Wiehe, Director of Programs at ITEP This week saw a nearly successful attempt to right the fiscal ship in Kansas; regressive tax proposals introduced in West Virginia, Georgia, and Missouri; Continue reading Multi-State – State Rundown 2/23: Regressive Tax Proposals Multiplying

Kansas – Study: Kansans Buy Groceries Out of State Due to Food Tax

www.kmbc.com – January 17, 2016 “Wichita State University’s Kansas Public Finance Center analyzed the latest available food sales data and estimated that Kansas lost $345.6 million in food sales in 2013. The data does not include last year’s sales tax Continue reading Kansas – Study: Kansans Buy Groceries Out of State Due to Food Tax

Kansas – Gov. Sam Brownback’s Fantasyland vs. the Real Kansas Sales Tax Shortfall

www.kansascity.com by Yael T. Abouhalkah – November 5, 2015 “Sales tax revenue was up 4.1 percent in the United States for April through June 2015, the most recent months for which data are available. However, Kansas sales tax receipts fell Continue reading Kansas – Gov. Sam Brownback’s Fantasyland vs. the Real Kansas Sales Tax Shortfall

Kansas – Tax Amnesty September 1, 2015 through October 15, 2015

SALT Report 3697 – The state of Kansas is offering a tax amnesty program where the state will waive penalties and interest assessed by the state for unpaid taxes if the tax debt for an approved application is paid in Continue reading Kansas – Tax Amnesty September 1, 2015 through October 15, 2015

Kansas – Kansas Lawmakers Voice Concern Over Lower-Than-Expected Sales Tax Revenue

By JONATHAN SHORMAN Topeka Capital-Journal “TOPEKA — Lawmakers expressed concern Monday about months of less-than-expected sales tax revenue as Kansas moves forward with a budget that depends on collecting more from consumers. Senators and representatives probed legislative staff over possible Continue reading Kansas – Kansas Lawmakers Voice Concern Over Lower-Than-Expected Sales Tax Revenue

Kansas – Sales And Use Tax Rate Changes Effective July 1, 2014

SALT Report 3352 – The Kansas Department of Revenue has released a notice  regarding the following rate changes effective 7/1/14: City of Downs, 8.15% Grandview Plaza, 9.40% City of Haysville, 8.15% City of Leavenworth, 9.15% City of Liberal, 8.90% City of Continue reading Kansas – Sales And Use Tax Rate Changes Effective July 1, 2014

Kansas – Sales Taxation Of Businesses That Fabricate Articles For Third Parties

SALT Report 3342 – The Kansas Office of Policy and Research has released an open letter clarifying the taxability of fabrication labor. For Further Information:                                                                                                                  Opinion Letter Number O-2014-001 (4/22/14)