Oklahoma – Edmond Sales Tax Collections Increased By 5.9 Percent Over January 2018

Edmond Sun   As of December 31, 2018, the city of Edmond has had a 5.9% sales tax increase over the course of the month of January. Edmond Currently is 8.9% above fiscal year 2017 with consideration to sales and use tax revenues. City Continue reading Oklahoma – Edmond Sales Tax Collections Increased By 5.9 Percent Over January 2018

Multi-State – Online Retailers Are Now Tax Collectors

  The impacts of the Supreme Court decision are now being felt by ecommerce sellers — just in time for Black Friday.   South Dakota is known for Mount Rushmore, the Black Hills and — since June — shaking ecommerce Continue reading Multi-State – Online Retailers Are Now Tax Collectors

Washington – E-Commerce Sales Tax Coming To Washington, Monday, October 1, 2018

Washington state will require businesses to collect sales tax for items shipped to out-of-state customers beginning Monday. The Washington state Department of Revenue announced the requirement earlier this year after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the case South Dakota Continue reading Washington – E-Commerce Sales Tax Coming To Washington, Monday, October 1, 2018

Ohio – Commissioners Unanimously Vote To Pull Back A .2% Sales Tax Increace

Hamilton County Commissioners yesterday voted unanimously to pull back a .2 percent sales tax increase Democrat commissioners previously passed to address a $28 million county budget shortfall. The tax was controversial, to say the least, and likely a proxy for bigger political battles. Continue reading Ohio – Commissioners Unanimously Vote To Pull Back A .2% Sales Tax Increace

Michigan – Department Of Treasury response to S Dakota V. Wayfair Effective 10/1/18

Effective after September 30, 2018, Treasury will require remote sellers with sales exceeding $100,000 to  or more than 200 transactions with Michigan purchasers in the previous calendar year to remit sales tax. A Revenue Adminstrative Bulletin dated August 1, 2018 Continue reading Michigan – Department Of Treasury response to S Dakota V. Wayfair Effective 10/1/18

Nevada – Addresses Proposed ENexus Thresholds 100/200

Nevada will establish thresholds for when a remote seller is required to collect and remit sales tax. Under the proposed thresholds, businesses will be required to register and collect and remit sales tax if the gross revenue of retail sales Continue reading Nevada – Addresses Proposed ENexus Thresholds 100/200

Arizona – New Online Option For TPT Taxpayer Appeals Effective August 3, 2018

Effective August 3, 2018, new legislation (Senate Bill 1385) has created an additional option for taxpayers seeking to appeal a determination by the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR). Acquire more information- Arizona DOR

Multistate – National Retail Federation Testimony At House Judiciary Committee

National Retail Federation submits testimony at the House Judiciary Hearing Examining the Wayfair Decision and its Ramifications for Consumers and Small Businesses National Retail Federation Testimony July 24, 2018