Connecticut – Sales Tax Free Week Runs From August 18 – 24

The 2019 Sales Tax Free Week dates are Sunday, August 18, through Saturday, August 24, 2019. Most retail clothing and footwear items under $100 will be exempt from sales and use tax.That applies to all exempt items under $100, regardless Continue reading Connecticut – Sales Tax Free Week Runs From August 18 – 24

Connecticut – Sales Tax Holiday August 18, 2019 through August 24, 2019

Effective Date: Effective for sales occurring the week starting with the third Sunday in August 2015 through the following Saturday, and applicable to that week in following years. Nontaxable Sales of Clothing or Footwear During the “Sales Tax Holiday”: Sales or Continue reading Connecticut – Sales Tax Holiday August 18, 2019 through August 24, 2019

Connecticut – The State’s Budget Surplus Increased By $129 Million

Connecticut’s operating surplus is projected to top $700 million, an increase of $129 million from May’s projections, according to state budget director Melissa McCaw. Projected revenues have also increased by $120 million compared with last month’s estimates. Sales and use Continue reading Connecticut – The State’s Budget Surplus Increased By $129 Million

Connecticut – Democrats To Raise Taxes On These Items

Connecticut’s Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont and state Democrats recently came to agreement on a two-year $43 billion budget planOpens a New Window., which is riddled with a number of new or expanded taxesOpens a New Window. as the state seeks to raise Continue reading Connecticut – Democrats To Raise Taxes On These Items

Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

In recent years, states have increasingly considered taxing services by expanding the sales and use tax base —  and 2019 is no different. So far this year, taxation of services bills have been introduced in nine states: California, Connecticut, Florida, Montana, Continue reading Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

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

Connecticut – Legislators Scrutinize Gov. Ned Lamont’s Plan For $1 Billion In New Sales Taxes

Lawmakers began their formal scrutiny of Gov. Ned Lamont’s controversial tax package Wednesday, questioning the fairness of a proposed tax on sugary beverages and how adding the sales tax to dozens of goods and services would affect the state’s poorer Continue reading Connecticut – Legislators Scrutinize Gov. Ned Lamont’s Plan For $1 Billion In New Sales Taxes

Connecticut – Sales Tax Free Week Started Sunday. Here’s What You Need To Know

A weeklong break in paying sales taxes on many items may give Connecticut shoppers an extra incentive to stock up on necessities or an excuse to pick up items that have long been on their wish lists. Connecticut’s 18th annual Continue reading Connecticut – Sales Tax Free Week Started Sunday. Here’s What You Need To Know

Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Enforcement Thresholds As of August 21, 2018

ENexus Thresholds As Of August 21, 2018 Ref No. State Enforcement Date Dollars of Sales Number of Sales Enexus Threshold 1 OH 1/1/2018 $25,000 0 25/0 2 PA 4/1/2018 $10,000 0 10/0 3 HI 7/1/2018 $100,000 200 100/200 4 ID Continue reading Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Enforcement Thresholds As of August 21, 2018