The Olympian By Walker Orenstein June 30, 2017 Top state lawmakers in Washington said Thursday they intend to follow in Colorado’s footsteps with a plan to make more online retailers collect sales tax in order to help bankroll the next Continue reading Washington – Online Sales-Tax Money Is Key Part Of State Budget. Could A Lawsuit Derail It?
By Jennifer McLoughlin Published January 10 2017, 1:05 pm EST ‘The new year will ring in a new chapter in the burgeoning battle over state remote sales taxation with a wave of new notice and reporting laws — but questions Continue reading Colorado – CO Remote sellers should brace for surge of sales tax reporting laws
“In November, he was one of 14 tax law faculty who filed an amicus brief in Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl(“Direct Marketing II”) in support of a conditional cross-petition by the State of Colorado seeking reversal of Quill Corp. v. Continue reading Multistate – Professor Desiderio joined 14 tax law professors in internet sales tax issue
SALT Report 3806 – The state of Oklahoma recently passed (May 17, 2016) House Bill 2531 known as the Retail Protection Act. The Act will require online retailers (with no physical presence) to either register and collect use tax OR Continue reading Oklahoma –Sales And Use Tax Notification Law Passed May 17, 2016 House Bill 2531