Communities like Big Sky and Red Lodge could see a temporary resort tax increase for public works projects if a bill moving through the Legislature becomes law. Senate Bill 241 passed its first vote in the Senate 33-to-16 on Monday. Continue reading MONTANA – State Senate Passes Higher Sales Tax For Montana Resort Towns
You might not be ready to file taxes if you didn’t check those untaxed purchases you made last year – such as items purchased over the Internet. According to the Idaho State Tax Commission, when you purchase items on the Continue reading IDAHO – Check Use Tax On Internet Purchases Before Filing Taxes
Monthly revenue from a one-cent sales tax collected in Houston jumped about 13.1 percent from the same period in 2018, reports the Missouri Department of Revenue.The total was about $64,057, which is a jump of $7,423 from last year. For Continue reading Texas – Sales Tax Revenue Jumps at Houston
With the newly elected Senator Jennifer Boysko comes newfound ideas, one of which being “The Dignity Act”. Stating “it’s not a luxury” but rather a necessity for women to use menstrual products, the bill will exempt menstrual products from state Continue reading CA – Senate Proposes Bill To Exempt Menstrual Products From Sales Tax.
In a significant policy change, the West Virginia Tax Department has issued an administrative notice to most out-of-state retailers, directing that they are to begin collecting and remitting taxes on internet sales to West Virginians. The order states that “notice Continue reading West Virginia – In Policy Shift, State To Tax Most Internet Retail Sales After All
REMOTE SELLERS – WAYFAIR DECISION States can now require remote sellers to collect sales tax South Dakota wins Wayfair case at U.S. Supreme Court The United States Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair on June 21, 2018, that Continue reading Nevada – Remote Sellers – Wayfair Decision
SALT Report – 2018-8 – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation posted advisory ADV 2018-24 this morning to provide registration information for remote sellers in light of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair.
What South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. Means for Consumers, Retailers, and State Governments US Senator ND Heidi Heitkamp Former North Dakota Tax Commissioner (1986- 1992)- Senator Heitkamp explains the history of Quill (1992) and discusses the Wayfair decision (2018). Continue reading Multistate – What South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. Means for Consumers, Retailers, and State Governments – Urban Institute & Brookings Institution Tax Policy Center
Wisconsin has found themselves in a $400 million surplus situation and is paying it forward to parents. Claims must be filed by July 2, 2018. “Sound fiscal management and a strong economy have resulted in a state budget surplus of Continue reading Wisconsin – Sales Tax Rebate For Parents Due July 2, 2018