Rhode Island – Non-Collecting Retailers, Referrers, And Retail Sales Facilitators

SALT Report 3929 – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation has established a special section of its website to help foster compliance with the recently enacted “Non-Collecting Retailers, Referrers, and Retail Sale Facilitators Act.” Under legislation enacted on August 3, 2017, Continue reading Rhode Island – Non-Collecting Retailers, Referrers, And Retail Sales Facilitators

Multi-State – 10 more states will now collect sales taxes from Amazon shoppers

Darla Mercado | @darla_mercado February 1st 2017 – 4 Hours Ago – CNBC.com “More Amazon shoppers can expect to pay sales taxes when they buy online this year. The massive internet merchant is adding 10 more states to the list Continue reading Multi-State – 10 more states will now collect sales taxes from Amazon shoppers

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

Rhode Island – RI Amazon to Start Collecting Sales Tax

SALT Report 3894 – According to an Amazon spokesperson, beginning on February 1, 2017, Amazon will begin to voluntarily collect the 7% sales tax in Rhode Island. According to Amazon’s website, the company already collects sales tax for purchases through 33 Continue reading Rhode Island – RI Amazon to Start Collecting Sales Tax

Rhode Island –Governor Norquist Supports A Sales Tax Rate Reduction From 7% to 3%

SALT Report 3357 – The Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity is supporting House Bill 8039 which more than halves the current sales and use tax rate in Rhode Island.  Having the highest unemployment rate and lowest population growth Continue reading Rhode Island –Governor Norquist Supports A Sales Tax Rate Reduction From 7% to 3%

Rhode Island – Seminars for Tax Practitioners

SALT Report 3071 – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation is offering two seminars for corporate and personal income tax and sales and use tax practitioners. The seminars will focus on what to expect for the upcoming filing season and Continue reading Rhode Island – Seminars for Tax Practitioners

Rhode Island – Commission to Study Sales Tax System

SALT Report 2739 – The Rhode Island General Assembly has authorized a legislative commission to conduct a study of the state’s sales tax system, including the possibility of repealing the sales tax.  As proposed, the 13-member commission would include: Three Continue reading Rhode Island – Commission to Study Sales Tax System

Rhode Island – Bill Enacts New Exemptions and Authorizes Remote Sales Collections

SALT Report 2733 – In the latest edition of Rhode Island tax News, the Department of Revenue discusses the sales and use tax provisions in the state’s fiscal year 2014 budget bill recently signed by Governor Lincoln Chafee.  Included in Continue reading Rhode Island – Bill Enacts New Exemptions and Authorizes Remote Sales Collections

Rhode Island – Food Regulation Repealed

SALT Report 2315 – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation has repealed a sales and use tax regulation applicable to food products because the contents have been incorporated into Regulation SU 09-59 Food and Food Ingredients, Prepared Food/Meals, Candy, Soft Continue reading Rhode Island – Food Regulation Repealed

Rhode Island – Recently Amended Sales and Use Tax Rules and Exemptions

SALT Report 2306 – The Rhode Island Department of Revenue recently amended the following rules and exemptions. Interstate Carrier Exemption The sales and use tax regulation regarding interstate carriers has been amended to reflect recently enacted legislation. Changes to the Continue reading Rhode Island – Recently Amended Sales and Use Tax Rules and Exemptions