Texas – State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.6 Billion in March

(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.63 billion in March, 2.4 percent less than in March 2020. This amount, however, includes some revenue remitted in March that in normal circumstances would have been received Continue reading Texas – State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.6 Billion in March

Montana – A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR REMOTE WORKERS IN MONTANA

The Montana Department of Revenue has a reminder for anyone who lived in Montana for any time in 2020 and worked at their jobs remotely, including those who temporarily relocated due to the COVID-19 pandemic: You must pay Montana state Continue reading Montana – A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR REMOTE WORKERS IN MONTANA

California – CDTFA Reports Cannabis Tax Revenues for 4th Quarter 2020

Sacramento – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) reported revenue numbers today for cannabis sales for the 4th Quarter of 2020. As of February 17, 2021, California’s cannabis excise tax generated $123.4 million in revenue reported on the Continue reading California – CDTFA Reports Cannabis Tax Revenues for 4th Quarter 2020

Minnesota – $67.3 million dispersed to businesses impacted by COVID-19 closures

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Revenue has issued $67.3 million in COVID-19 Business Relief Payments to 3,891 eligible businesses in Minnesota. The relief payments were part of bipartisan legislation passed by lawmakers and signed into law by Governor Continue reading Minnesota – $67.3 million dispersed to businesses impacted by COVID-19 closures

New York – $130 Million Proposal to Help Highly Impacted Small Businesses with Tax Credits as Part of FY 2022 Executive Budget

Proposal Would Utilize Four Tax Credits to Help Highly Impacted Small Businesses in the Accommodation, Arts and Entertainment, Restaurant and Musical and Theatrical Production Industries Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a $130 million proposal to enact the Pandemic Recovery and Restart Program Continue reading New York – $130 Million Proposal to Help Highly Impacted Small Businesses with Tax Credits as Part of FY 2022 Executive Budget

New Mexico – Taxation and Revenue responds to pandemic, budget challenges

Modified enforcement, improvements to customer service and technology The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department is continuing to find ways to improve its service to New Mexicans amid the challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cabinet Secretary Stephanie Schardin Clarke Continue reading New Mexico – Taxation and Revenue responds to pandemic, budget challenges

Texas – Texas Comptroller’s Office Highlighted in Pandemic Procurement Conference

(AUSTIN) — The Texas Comptroller’s Statewide Procurement Division (SPD) was highlighted for its COVID-19 pandemic response during the recent National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) annual conference. The conference, held in September, showcased the responses of a dozen states to Continue reading Texas – Texas Comptroller’s Office Highlighted in Pandemic Procurement Conference

Texas – State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.6 Billion in September

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.57 billion in September, 6.1 percent less than in September 2019. The majority of September sales tax revenue is based on sales made in August and remitted to the Continue reading Texas – State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.6 Billion in September

Texas – Comptroller Glenn Hegar Distributes $765 Million in Monthly Sales Tax Revenue to Local Governments

(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $765.3 million in local sales tax allocations for September, 4.5 percent less than in September 2019. These allocations are based on Continue reading Texas – Comptroller Glenn Hegar Distributes $765 Million in Monthly Sales Tax Revenue to Local Governments

California- Letter: No to Oxnard sales tax increase

The city of Oxnard is prepared to place a 1.5 cent sales tax increase on the November ballot. The city claims this is necessary since the coronavirus pandemic has severely hampered city revenues. In recent negotiations with the city’s unions, the Continue reading California- Letter: No to Oxnard sales tax increase