Michigan – MI Bills to strike ‘tampon tax’ not on fast track in Michigan Senate

Michigan Live By Emily Lawler | elawler@mlive.com on March 26, 2017 at 7:00 AM, updated March 26, 2017 at 7:06 AM LANSING, MI — Bills to exempt tampons and sanitary napkins from sales tax passed the Senate Finance Committee unanimously Continue reading Michigan – MI Bills to strike ‘tampon tax’ not on fast track in Michigan Senate

Michigan – MI Adopts New Sales and Use Tax Laws on Direct Mail

JD SUPRA BUSINESS ADVISOR 2/13/2017byEdward Castellani | Fraser Trebilcock New laws on the sales tax and use tax consequences on direct mail became effective in Michigan September 7, 2016. These laws were adopted as part of Michigan’s participation in the Continue reading Michigan – MI Adopts New Sales and Use Tax Laws on Direct Mail

Michigan – MI Bills Introduced To Eliminate Feminine Hygiene Product Tax In Michigan

January 31, 2017 4:38 PM – CBS News Detroit “”LANSING (WWJ) – Legislation introduced in the state Senate would exempt feminine hygiene products from the Michigan sales and use tax. It would include tampons, sanitary napkins (aka pads), and similar Continue reading Michigan – MI Bills Introduced To Eliminate Feminine Hygiene Product Tax In Michigan

Michigan – Sales Tax Revenue Shortfall

SALT Report 3810 – “Business taxes are among several economic variables that are directly affecting Michigan’s tax collections, said Jay Wortley, director of the state treasury’s Office of Revenue and Tax Analysis. He said a decline in U.S. corporate profits in Continue reading Michigan – Sales Tax Revenue Shortfall

Michigan – Registration Notification “Click Thru Nexus” Amazon Law Effective October 1, 2015

SALT Report 3759 – In 2014, the Michigan legislature joined 27 other states in passing similar nexus laws with similar presumptions. In the absence of a federal/multistate solution Michigan created a presumption of nexus for out of state companies selling Continue reading Michigan – Registration Notification “Click Thru Nexus” Amazon Law Effective October 1, 2015

Michigan – Internet Retailer Tax Goes Into Effect

Salt Report 3720 – Michigan’s new “Main Street Fairness” law goes into effect on Thursday, Oct. 1. 2015. For the first time, Internet retailers with a presence in Michigan, will be required to collect and remit the state’s 6% sales tax on all purchases made by Michigan shoppers. Further Continue reading Michigan – Internet Retailer Tax Goes Into Effect

Michigan – Final Wording Decided for Proposed Sales Tax Bill

Salt Report 3572 – On February 26, 2015, the Michigan State Board of Canvassers approved the wording for a proposal to be voted on in May. The proposal would amend the state constitution to eliminate sales and use taxes on Continue reading Michigan – Final Wording Decided for Proposed Sales Tax Bill

Michigan – Affiliate Nexus/Amazon Law Bills Signed Into Law (Effective October 1, 2015)

Salt Report 3551–Michigan internet sales tax bills SB0658 and SB0659 were signed into law by Governor Rick Snyder on Thursday, January 15, 2015. “We want a fair, level playing environment for people to be successful.  That’s the way it should Continue reading Michigan – Affiliate Nexus/Amazon Law Bills Signed Into Law (Effective October 1, 2015)

Michigan – Internet Sales Tax Bill Approved

SALT Report 3536 – On Thursday the Senate passed a pair of bills which require internet retailers to collect Michigan’s 6% sales tax.  Only online retailers with a physical presence have been required to collect the sales tax, but now Continue reading Michigan – Internet Sales Tax Bill Approved

Michigan – Guidance on Internet Taxation Provided

SALT Report 3485 – The state of Michigan has provided guidance on the expiration of the federal moratorium on state taxation of internet charges.  “The Internet Tax Freedom Act expires on November 1, 2014. The Department of Treasury is advising Continue reading Michigan – Guidance on Internet Taxation Provided