Texas – Sales Tax Holiday Returns Next Weekend August 10 – 12, 2018

Friday through Sunday, Aug. 12, shoppers at Texas retailers can save about $8 on every $100 spent on products exempt from state sales taxes. Most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks priced below $100 are exempt items. For More Information Continue reading Texas – Sales Tax Holiday Returns Next Weekend August 10 – 12, 2018

Ohio – Commissioners Unanimously Vote To Pull Back A .2% Sales Tax Increace

Hamilton County Commissioners yesterday voted unanimously to pull back a .2 percent sales tax increase Democrat commissioners previously passed to address a $28 million county budget shortfall. The tax was controversial, to say the least, and likely a proxy for bigger political battles. Continue reading Ohio – Commissioners Unanimously Vote To Pull Back A .2% Sales Tax Increace

Michigan – Department Of Treasury response to S Dakota V. Wayfair Effective 10/1/18

Effective after September 30, 2018, Treasury will require remote sellers with sales exceeding $100,000 to  or more than 200 transactions with Michigan purchasers in the previous calendar year to remit sales tax. A Revenue Adminstrative Bulletin dated August 1, 2018 Continue reading Michigan – Department Of Treasury response to S Dakota V. Wayfair Effective 10/1/18

Missouri – Cedar County Stays Out Of Sales Tax Holiday August 3-5

The Sales Tax Holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, August 3, and runs through Sunday, August 5. Cedar is one of several southwest Missouri counties not participating in the annual sales tax holiday. Learn More Here – Cedar County Continue reading Missouri – Cedar County Stays Out Of Sales Tax Holiday August 3-5