Kansas – Editorial: Streaming Tax Questions Outweigh Potential For Now

Gov. Laura Kelly seems determined to fix the revenue disaster left by previous administrations. It’s likely what got her elected and we readily admit this won’t be an easy task. Her recent proposed budget of $7.8 billion aims to send Continue reading Kansas – Editorial: Streaming Tax Questions Outweigh Potential For Now

NORTH CAROLINA – Why The North Carolina Digital PropertyTax Matters

In North Carolina, for example, the State Legislature recently made several clarifying changes to its sales and use tax law that are worth noting. North Carolina’s Senate Bill 253 removes the phrase “would be taxable … if sold in a Continue reading NORTH CAROLINA – Why The North Carolina Digital PropertyTax Matters

Washington – Newly Issued Excise Tax Advisories

SALT Report 2994 – The Washington Department of Revenue issued interpretive statements regarding the status of the following digital products excise tax advisories: ETA 3176.2013 – Digital Products General implementation This ETA was first issued on July 24, 2009 and Continue reading Washington – Newly Issued Excise Tax Advisories

Nebraska – Taxability Matrix Revised Again

SALT Report 2925 – The Nebraska Department of Revenue submitted a revised version of their Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement taxability matrix.  Changes to the taxability matrix reflect that digital audiovisual works, digital audio works, and digital books when Continue reading Nebraska – Taxability Matrix Revised Again