Michigan – Sales Tax Application Scam

A recent apparent sales tax registration scam has imposed itself upon Michigan taxpayers (and 42 other states). An online company is reaching out to taxpayers claiming to be able to register your business in Michigan, only for a small fee and Continue reading Michigan – Sales Tax Application Scam

Tennessee – Senate Bill 1662 Smart Contracts And Blockchain

“Distributed ledger technology” means any distributed ledger protocol and supporting infrastructure, including blockchain, that uses a distributed, decentralized, shared, and replicated ledger, whether it be public or private, permissioned or permissionless, and which may include the use of electronic currencies Continue reading Tennessee – Senate Bill 1662 Smart Contracts And Blockchain

Connecticut – Tax Free Sales Period August 19 – 25, 2018

Sales or purchases of clothing or footwear costing less than $100 per item are not subject to Connecticut sales and use taxes during the exclusion week. Learn More Here – Information About Connecticut Tax Exempt Weekend 

North Carolina – North Carolina Response to South Dakota V. Wayfair Enforced 11/1/2018

Large online retailers will have to start paying sales tax to North Carolina even if they aren’t located here, Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration announced Wednesday. North Carolina – South Dakota v. Wayfair Response

Arkansas – Walnut Ridge Plant Funding Finalized, Sales Tax In Effect October 1, 2018

The tax was approved by voters during the May 22 election, and will go into effect on Oct. 1. The ordinance details the process by which the plant will be funded, as well as pledging that all revenues derived from Continue reading Arkansas – Walnut Ridge Plant Funding Finalized, Sales Tax In Effect October 1, 2018

Arkansas – Legislative Panel Backs Tax Cut Plan

“The state Tax Reform and Relief Task Force on Tuesday adopted a proposal by the panel’s co-chairs to back potential legislation to cut the state’s marginal tax rate to 6%, as well as backing another measure to join the growing Continue reading Arkansas – Legislative Panel Backs Tax Cut Plan

Puerto Rico – Reaches Deal With Creditors To Restructure Sales-Tax Bonds

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Louisiana – Sales And Use Tax Commission For Remote Sellers Will Meet Aug 9, 2018

Louisiana’s Sales and Use Tax Commission for Remote Sellers will meet Aug. 9. Revenue Secretary Kimberly Robinson anticipates a simplified tax collection regime that would be able to pass constitutional muster in the event of a challenge, when the commission Continue reading Louisiana – Sales And Use Tax Commission For Remote Sellers Will Meet Aug 9, 2018

Massachusetts – Sales Tax Holiday Happening August 11-12, 2018

“It looks like Massachusetts will have a sales tax holiday this year” www.boston.com The final day of the formal legislative session (Tuesday) was an economic development bill that includes a two-day sales tax-free weekend this month. August, 11-12. Massachusetts Sales Tax Continue reading Massachusetts – Sales Tax Holiday Happening August 11-12, 2018

South Dakota – Governor Calls Special Legislative Session on Sales Tax Law

After the high court ruling in South Dakota’s favor, Consumers are to see online sales tax on more online purchases. “Gov. Dennis Daugaard is calling a special legislative session to speed up implementation of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing states Continue reading South Dakota – Governor Calls Special Legislative Session on Sales Tax Law