Arkansas – Senate Forwards Internet Tax Bill To Hutchinson

Out-of-state sellers start levy in July, finance agency says The Senate on Monday sent the governor legislation that would make several tax code changes, including requiring out-of-state online sellers to collect sales and use taxes from in-state purchasers. The Senate Continue reading Arkansas – Senate Forwards Internet Tax Bill To Hutchinson

Multi-State – States Renew Push for Taxes On Sugary Drinks

Nearly three decades after a U.S. state last imposed a special tax on sugary drinks, Connecticut’s governor is pushing for one to help close a budget deficit — and bracing for a fight. Taxes on soda and other sugar-loaded drinks Continue reading Multi-State – States Renew Push for Taxes On Sugary Drinks

ARKANSAS – Senate Approves Large Tax Cuts

The Senate has already approved several large tax cuts this session, and another one is on its agenda. Senate Bill 576 will make far-reaching changes in the state corporate income tax code, to the extent that the Department of Finance Continue reading ARKANSAS – Senate Approves Large Tax Cuts

Arkansas – Online Sales-Tax Bill Sails In Arkansas Senate 27-3

A bill that would change several tax laws — including requiring out-of-state online sellers to collect sales and use taxes from in-state purchasers and changing the state’s corporate income-tax code — cleared the Arkansas Senate on Monday. The Senate voted Continue reading Arkansas – Online Sales-Tax Bill Sails In Arkansas Senate 27-3

ARKANSAS – House Committee Kills Bill To Collect Tax For Internet Sales

Legislation that would require out-of-state online sellers to collect sales and use taxes from in-state purchasers and change the state’s corporate income tax code failed to clear the House Revenue and Taxation Committee on Thursday. In a voice vote with Continue reading ARKANSAS – House Committee Kills Bill To Collect Tax For Internet Sales

Arkansas – 2019 Session: Push To Collect Online Sales Tax Picks Up Momentum In Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The long-debated online sales tax has its best chance yet of passing in Arkansas, following a U.S. Supreme Court decision. The outcome of the South Dakota v. Wayfair case allows states to require remote sellers to collect Continue reading Arkansas – 2019 Session: Push To Collect Online Sales Tax Picks Up Momentum In Arkansas

Arkansas – Big Boosts for State Revenue in 2018

The State of Arkansas ended 2018 with a lot of money in its bank account. The year-to-date revenue summary released on Thursday by the Department of Finance & Administration shows net available revenues totaled more than $2.8 billion. In the December summary Continue reading Arkansas – Big Boosts for State Revenue in 2018

Multistate – State of Wayfair: N.H. Has Its Eye on Sales Tax States (Corrected)

The June 21 South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling—which tossed outQuill Corp. v. North Dakota, the Supreme Court’s 1992 physical presence threshold for when states could tax remote sales—has many states looking to expand their authority over online sales taxation. The majority in the Continue reading Multistate – State of Wayfair: N.H. Has Its Eye on Sales Tax States (Corrected)

Arkansas – State Tax Task Force’s Other Recommendations

Besides proposals to cut the state’s top individual income tax rates, the recommendations of the Arkansas Tax Reform and Relief Legislative Task Force include: SALES AND USE TAXES • Designate any revenue raised from repealing a sales tax exemption toward Continue reading Arkansas – State Tax Task Force’s Other Recommendations

Arkansas – Walnut Ridge Plant Funding Finalized, Sales Tax In Effect October 1, 2018

The tax was approved by voters during the May 22 election, and will go into effect on Oct. 1. The ordinance details the process by which the plant will be funded, as well as pledging that all revenues derived from Continue reading Arkansas – Walnut Ridge Plant Funding Finalized, Sales Tax In Effect October 1, 2018