Multi-State – What Might Wayfair Mean For Me? The Changing Landscape Of State And Local Sales Taxes And Retroactivity Concerns

Pullman & Comley, LLC Tax ALERT March 15, 2018 The rise of the internet retailer has created significant loss of sales tax revenue for state revenue agencies due to the loss of revenue from sales and use tax collected in Continue reading Multi-State – What Might Wayfair Mean For Me? The Changing Landscape Of State And Local Sales Taxes And Retroactivity Concerns

South Dakota – Supreme Court Arguments Set In South Dakota’s Sales Case

The News Tribune Associated Press February 23, 2018 PIERRE, S.D. – The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for April in South Dakota’s case seeking to collect sales taxes from out-of-state internet retailers. Attorney General Marty Jackley says arguments Continue reading South Dakota – Supreme Court Arguments Set In South Dakota’s Sales Case

Connecticut – State Hunting Down Online Shoppers Who Didn’t Pay Sales Tax

Hartford Courant by Russell Blair February 15, 2018 The state Department of Revenue Services is combing through customer records from major online retailers to hunt down taxpayers who skipped out on the often-ignored use tax. Kevin Sullivan, commissioner of the Continue reading Connecticut – State Hunting Down Online Shoppers Who Didn’t Pay Sales Tax

South Dakota – State Asks Supreme Court To Take Up Sales Tax Case

SFGate Associated Press October 2, 2017 PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review whether retailers can be required to collect sales taxes in states where they don’t have a physical presence. Attorney General Continue reading South Dakota – State Asks Supreme Court To Take Up Sales Tax Case

South Dakota – How SD Sales Tax Case Could Overturn Quill Decision

Convenience Store Decisions By CSD Staff August 29, 2017 With online commerce taking off, policymakers look to end loophole that prevents online retailers from collecting sales tax. The South Dakota Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could Continue reading South Dakota – How SD Sales Tax Case Could Overturn Quill Decision

Massachusetts – Massachusetts Internet Cookie Directive Has Crumbled

Bloomberg BNA Salt Talk Blog by Stephanie E. Cangialosi July 6, 2017 On April 3, 2017, the Massachusetts Department of Revenue issued Directive 17-1, detailing circumstances in which an online-retailer located outside of Massachusetts and making sales within the Commonwealth may Continue reading Massachusetts – Massachusetts Internet Cookie Directive Has Crumbled

Idaho – ID State Tax Commission won’t release deal with Amazon on sales taxes

The Spokemens-Review By Kimberlee Kruesi, Associated Press April 4, 2017 BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho State Tax Commission is refusing to disclose details about an online sales tax deal with Amazon, which went into effect over the weekend. The Continue reading Idaho – ID State Tax Commission won’t release deal with Amazon on sales taxes

Multi-State – If Congress Doesn’t Act On Internet Sales Tax, Gorusch And The Courts Will

Red State.com by Neil Stevens Posted at 4:30 pm on April 3, 2017 Amazon was the first to fall, charging sales taxes nationally on Internet purchases. But it’s going to come everywhere as soon as the courts get their hands Continue reading Multi-State – If Congress Doesn’t Act On Internet Sales Tax, Gorusch And The Courts Will