Multi-State – What’s New With State Licensing and Registration After Wayfair

Because the Supreme Court transformed a long-established sales tax law in the Wayfair Inc. ruling, it means states can enforce sales tax collection from remote sellers as well as from in-state businesses. Prior to the ruling, states were largely limited to taxing Continue reading Multi-State – What’s New With State Licensing and Registration After Wayfair

NEW MEXICO – Mulls State-Run Pot Shops, Subsidized Medical Use

The idea for state-run pot shops comes from a trio of GOP state senators who broke with local Republican Party orthodoxy to embrace legal marijuana with a decidedly big-government approach that would have the state directly oversee most sales — Continue reading NEW MEXICO – Mulls State-Run Pot Shops, Subsidized Medical Use

CALIFORNIA – What California’s Move To Collect Back Taxes From Amazon Fulfillment Users Means For Your Business

In June 2018, the Supreme Court upended e-commerce with a 5-4 ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., allowing states to collect sales tax for sales on the web in which the merchant had no physical presence in that state. The problem with Continue reading CALIFORNIA – What California’s Move To Collect Back Taxes From Amazon Fulfillment Users Means For Your Business

Multi-State – State Of Wayfair: Some Retail Groups Still Believe In Congress

Some parties aren’t giving up on congressional action on online sales taxation. The American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA), in a letter to congressional leadership, urged lawmakers to introduce and enact legislation before the end of the year “that allows small businesses to Continue reading Multi-State – State Of Wayfair: Some Retail Groups Still Believe In Congress

New Mexico – Proposed Tax Increases Head To House Floor

SANTA FE – Personal income tax cuts signed into law in 2003 by former Gov. Bill Richardson would be essentially wiped off the books under a sweeping tax package that’s headed to the House floor. Members of the House Taxation Continue reading New Mexico – Proposed Tax Increases Head To House Floor

Multi-State – What to Know About Marketplace Facilitator Sales Tax Proposals

The number of states looking to hold marketplace facilitators responsible for collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of all marketplace sellers is steadily increasing. More than 20 states currently have marketplace facilitator measures under consideration, including the four most Continue reading Multi-State – What to Know About Marketplace Facilitator Sales Tax Proposals

Nebraska – Senators Give Initial OK To Bill That Would Let Nebraska Collect Sales Taxes On Online Purchases

LINCOLN — After a brief debate Monday, state lawmakers gave initial approval to bill that would allow Nebraska to start collecting sales taxes from out-of-state Internet retailers. Legislative Bill 284 would go into effect on April 1 if legislators give an OK Continue reading Nebraska – Senators Give Initial OK To Bill That Would Let Nebraska Collect Sales Taxes On Online Purchases

New York – State Issues Advisory Opinion Regarding Independent Software Vendors Nexus In An Online Marketplace

Advisory Opinion TSB-A-19(1)S answers the Petitioner’s question whether, as a result of operating an online marketplace in which it facilitates taxable sales by independent software vendors (ISVs), it qualifies as a vendor for sales tax purposes and what the consequences Continue reading New York – State Issues Advisory Opinion Regarding Independent Software Vendors Nexus In An Online Marketplace

Missouri – Politically Speaking: Rep. Christofanelli On Internet Sales Tax, Charter Schools And Clean Missouri

State Rep. Phil Christofanelli joins Politically Speaking for the first time to talk about some of his key priorities for the 2019 legislative session. The second-term Republican lawmaker represents Missouri’s 105th House District, which takes in portions of St. Charles Continue reading Missouri – Politically Speaking: Rep. Christofanelli On Internet Sales Tax, Charter Schools And Clean Missouri

Idaho – Legislation Introduced To Collect Sales Tax On Online Retail, Upholding Wayfair Decision

BOISE — To comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s South Dakota vs. Wayfair Inc. decision, which allows states to collect internet sales and use tax, legislation was introduced on Tuesday that could bring an additional $30 million to a new Idaho Continue reading Idaho – Legislation Introduced To Collect Sales Tax On Online Retail, Upholding Wayfair Decision