South Carolina- SCDOR REMINDER: COVID-19 RELATED TAX RELIEF DUE DATES APPROACHING

The South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) reminds taxpayers that some tax return and payment due dates are approaching. Nexus and Income Tax Withholding requirements for employers: If you have employees temporarily working remotely in South Carolina or outside of Continue reading South Carolina- SCDOR REMINDER: COVID-19 RELATED TAX RELIEF DUE DATES APPROACHING

South Carolina – Private Letter Ruling #20-4 Sales and Use Tax: Software Subscription Service Was Taxable

A Private Letter Ruling is an advisory opinion issued to a specific taxpayer by the Department to apply principles of law to a specific set of facts or a particular tax situation. Private Letter Ruling issued May 18, 2020: QUESTIONS Continue reading South Carolina – Private Letter Ruling #20-4 Sales and Use Tax: Software Subscription Service Was Taxable

South Carolina – Upstate Leaders Introduce Bill That Would Remove Sales Tax For School Security Purchases

School security has changed drastically in the past several decades, and those changes have come with a price tag. Radio equipment, lock systems and security cameras can cost schools a hefty sum. In an effort to lessen the burden for Continue reading South Carolina – Upstate Leaders Introduce Bill That Would Remove Sales Tax For School Security Purchases

South Carolina – Out-Of-State Retailers Pay Almost $64 Million For Sales Tax

An estimated 3,800 out-of-state retailers have paid almost $64 million in sales taxes to South Carolina since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled they could be required to pay, the state Department of Revenue reported. A June 2018 high court ruling Continue reading South Carolina – Out-Of-State Retailers Pay Almost $64 Million For Sales Tax

South Carolina – State Tax Deadlines Near, Along with COVID Tax Extensions

Though there’s still time to file income tax returns for 2019. The state Department of Revenue reminded people Thursday that deadlines are nearing for certain tax payments and filings, and the postponed deadline for individual income tax filings is coming Continue reading South Carolina – State Tax Deadlines Near, Along with COVID Tax Extensions

South Carolina – BUSINESS OWNERS CHARGED WITH TAX EVASION, FAILED TO REPORT MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN SALES

BUSINESS OWNERS CHARGED WITH TAX EVASION, FAILED TO REPORT MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN SALES FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  –   5/22/2020 South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) agents today arrested two businessmen in unrelated cases and charged them with multiple counts of Continue reading South Carolina – BUSINESS OWNERS CHARGED WITH TAX EVASION, FAILED TO REPORT MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN SALES

SOUTH CAROLINA – Amazon Owes South Carolina Sales Tax on ‘Merchant’ Sales

Amazon Services LLC owes South Carolina sales tax on third-party merchant products sold on its website, because the relationship between Amazon and the third-party merchants functioned as a consignment-type relationship regardless of an agreement that said it was not. The Continue reading SOUTH CAROLINA – Amazon Owes South Carolina Sales Tax on ‘Merchant’ Sales

South Carolina – File Taxes by June 1, 2020 Time Extension due to COVID-19

Extra time to pay taxes! The South Carolina tax deadline has been pushed back during COVID-19.  The South Carolina Department of Revenue released a statement,  tax payers will have until June 1st to file returns.  Penalty and interest will not Continue reading South Carolina – File Taxes by June 1, 2020 Time Extension due to COVID-19

South Carolina – Tax Deadline Extended Until June 1, 2020 COVID – 19

The South Carolina Department of Revenue is giving taxpayers in the state more time to file their returns as they deal with the coronavirus outbreak.  The decision was first announced at a news conference Tuesday, and further details came out a Continue reading South Carolina – Tax Deadline Extended Until June 1, 2020 COVID – 19

South Carolina – State Court Says Amazon Must Pay Up On Third-Party Sales

COLUMBIA — A South Carolina court says Amazon owes the state sales tax from transactions third-party vendors have made selling goods to S.C. shoppers through the online retail giant’s website. The ruling signed by Chief Administrative Law Judge Ralph King Continue reading South Carolina – State Court Says Amazon Must Pay Up On Third-Party Sales