Oklahoma- OKC Expects Sharp Drop in Sales Tax Receipts APRIL 30, 2020

In the last report before the COVID-19 economic crash, the April sales and use tax summary shows combined General Fund collections in Oklahoma City were slightly above the monthly projection and increased compared to the same month last year. The Continue reading Oklahoma- OKC Expects Sharp Drop in Sales Tax Receipts APRIL 30, 2020

Oklahoma – April 2020 Sales and Use Tax News Release Actual and Estimated Numbers

The April distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from February business.  Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay electronically.  The monies Continue reading Oklahoma – April 2020 Sales and Use Tax News Release Actual and Estimated Numbers

Oklahoma – Panel Declares Revenue Failure as Collections Fall

A state panel led by Gov. Kevin Stitt declared a revenue failure on Monday for the fiscal year that ends June 30, and the governor warned cuts to agency budgets over the next two years will likely be unavoidable. The Continue reading Oklahoma – Panel Declares Revenue Failure as Collections Fall

Washington – Senate Bill Exempting Menstrual Products From Sales Tax

The Washington Senate on Saturday unanimously passed a measure that exempts feminine hygiene products from the state’s sales and use tax. The measure now heads to the House for consideration. Under the bill, products that are exempt from the tax include sanitary Continue reading Washington – Senate Bill Exempting Menstrual Products From Sales Tax

Oklahoma – Vehicle Sales Tax Modification Approved By Oklahoma Senate

The Oklahoma Senate passed a measure Thursday to modify how vehicle sales tax is calculated. A 1.25 percent sales tax is levied on a vehicle’s full price when a vehicle is purchased under current law. However, the legislation passed by Continue reading Oklahoma – Vehicle Sales Tax Modification Approved By Oklahoma Senate

Oklahoma – Tax Collection Requirements Change For Remote Sellers

What is a remote seller, and how did the U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair and recent Oklahoma legislation affect them? A remote seller is a seller that does not maintain a place of business in a Continue reading Oklahoma – Tax Collection Requirements Change For Remote Sellers

OKLAHOMA – City Councils 40-Year Sales Tax Pact

 The city of Batavia and Genesee County have both approved a 40-year sales tax agreement that will help the city with its budget planning and give the county project funding. City Council members Monday approved the proposed agreement, 8-0. The Continue reading OKLAHOMA – City Councils 40-Year Sales Tax Pact

MULTI STATE – 10 States With the Highest Sales Taxes

Before you embark on a shopping spree in any of the 10 worst states for sales taxes, make extra room in your budget. Tennessee, for example, is in a tie for the highest sales tax in the country, at 9.47%, once Continue reading MULTI STATE – 10 States With the Highest Sales Taxes

OKLAHOMA – Mayor: Sales Tax Offers Way To Fund Infrastructure

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, voters in the city of Tahlequah will have an election for a half-cent city excise tax. “On Sept. 10, you have the opportunity to have your voice heard about the future growth of Tahlequah’s infrastructure,” said Continue reading OKLAHOMA – Mayor: Sales Tax Offers Way To Fund Infrastructure