OHIO – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Signs Repeal Of State Sales Tax On Feminine Hygiene Products.

November 6th,2019 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed a repeal on the sales Tax of Feminine Hygiene products. Ohio is among about a dozen states that have recently changed such policies. Read Article Here: FOX8.COM FOX8.COM

CALIFORNIA – Regulation 1507 Technology Transfers Agreement Revisited.

After taking some time off to convert the sales and use tax system from The Board Of Equalization into the CDTFA, the state California is re-addressing the implications of the Nortel and Lucent CDTFA WEBSITE: CDTFA CDTFA.CA.GOV

CALIFORNIA – Understanding The Resale Certificate

Below is a link to Understanding the resale certificate. Posted by The CDTFA On March 7, 2019. The video reviews what a resale certificate is, who needs to provide or accept resale certificates, when a resale certificate is needed, as Continue reading CALIFORNIA – Understanding The Resale Certificate

Multi-State – Sixteen States Change Online Sales Tax Laws

As of Oct. 1, 2019, four U.S. states have gone live with economic nexus laws that require some remote sellers (i.e., any retailer without a physical presence in that state, such as e-commerce retailers) to charge sales tax. And 14 Continue reading Multi-State – Sixteen States Change Online Sales Tax Laws

MASSACHUSETTS – New Massachusetts Sales And Use Tax Collection Requirements

Effective October 1, 2019 Remote sellers must collect tax on sales of tangible personal property or services into Massachusetts when they have Massachusetts sales that exceed $100,000 in a calendar year.  Read Official Changes Here: Mass.Gov © 2019 Commonwealth of Continue reading MASSACHUSETTS – New Massachusetts Sales And Use Tax Collection Requirements

Multi-State – New Sales Tax Rules Take Effect This Week In More Than A Dozen States

If you made a purchase on the internet yesterday, you might have noticed something different: sales tax. Changes in sales tax compliance laws for remote sellers and marketplace facilitators in more than a dozen states kicked in beginning October 1, Continue reading Multi-State – New Sales Tax Rules Take Effect This Week In More Than A Dozen States

KANSAS – Attorney General Issues Formal Opinion On South Dakota V.S Wayfair Contradicting Their Own DOR

Announced August 28, 2019 Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, would be providing a formal legal opinion on all the issues involved. once a detailed analysis of the South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling is done the opinion is to be publicized. Continue reading KANSAS – Attorney General Issues Formal Opinion On South Dakota V.S Wayfair Contradicting Their Own DOR

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA – Sales Tax Changes Soft Drinks, Diapers and Qualified High Tech Companies Take Effect October 1, 2019

Sales and Use Taxes Soft Drinks: The sale of or charge for soft drinks are subject to 8 percent sales and use tax. Sales or charges for soft drinks sold for immediate consumption will remain subject to a 10 percent sales Continue reading DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA – Sales Tax Changes Soft Drinks, Diapers and Qualified High Tech Companies Take Effect October 1, 2019

WYOMING – Sheridan Revenues Increase Due To Internet Sales Tax Collections

While Sheridan’s sales and use tax revenues have continued to grow this year, those gains are increasingly dependent on internet, rather than local, sales, according to a presentation City Treasurer Karen Burtis delivered this week. The city’s internet sales tax Continue reading WYOMING – Sheridan Revenues Increase Due To Internet Sales Tax Collections

CALIFORNIA – New Operative Date Of April 25, 2019, For District Use Tax Collection Requirement Based On $500,000 Sales Threshold

(SB) 92 (Stats. 2019, ch. 34) changes the operative date of the new district use tax collection requirement based on a $500,000 sales threshold from April 1, 2019 to April 25, 2019. Under the new law, all retailers are required Continue reading CALIFORNIA – New Operative Date Of April 25, 2019, For District Use Tax Collection Requirement Based On $500,000 Sales Threshold