New Hampshire – Officials Continue Fighting Internet Sales Tax

NASHUA – California and Massachusetts are just two of the 46 states for which some New Hampshire businesses will have to collect sales taxes after a summer U.S. Supreme Court ruling. U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, both D-N.H., Continue reading New Hampshire – Officials Continue Fighting Internet Sales Tax

Louisiana – There’s A Delay In Charging Sales Tax On Louisiana Residents’ Online Purchases; Here’s Why

Louisiana had planned to require online retailers in other states to collect sales taxes come Jan. 1. But that’s not likely to happen as the commission setting up the system to do so is still arguing over definitions that would Continue reading Louisiana – There’s A Delay In Charging Sales Tax On Louisiana Residents’ Online Purchases; Here’s Why

Colorado – State’s Messy Sales Tax System Could Get More Complicated As The State Tries To Tap Into Online Revenue

In South Dakota v. Wayfair, Supreme Court ruled online taxes can’t be “burdensome” for interstate sales, but Colorado’s complex system will put the ruling to the test As state regulators scramble to expand online sales taxes in the wake of Continue reading Colorado – State’s Messy Sales Tax System Could Get More Complicated As The State Tries To Tap Into Online Revenue

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

Multi-State – Holiday Wish List: U.S. States Count On Extra Online Sales Tax To Boost Budget

7NEW YORK (Reuters) – Illinois, the U.S. state with the lowest credit rating on Wall Street, has often been chastised for using gimmicks to balance its budget. Take, for instance, its overly optimistic assumptions about savings, such as a voluntary Continue reading Multi-State – Holiday Wish List: U.S. States Count On Extra Online Sales Tax To Boost Budget

Alaska – Communities Consider Online Sales Tax

Communities across the state may start taxing online shopping. It’s a proposal up for consideration by the Alaska Municipal League at its annual conference in Anchorage this week. Much of Alaska already has a local sales tax for goods sold in Continue reading Alaska – Communities Consider Online Sales Tax

Nebraska – State Will Begin Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus January 1, 2019

REMOTE SELLERS – WAYFAIR DECISION On June 21, 2018, the United State Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that sellers can be required to collect sales taxes in states where the sellers do not have physical presence, overruling Continue reading Nebraska – State Will Begin Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus January 1, 2019

Nebraska – Online Shopping And The Hunt For Sales Tax Dollars

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) — Beginning next year certain retailers with no physical presence in a state, including online retailers, must collect and distribute state sales tax. Local businesses believe that will finally give them a level playing field. There are many Continue reading Nebraska – Online Shopping And The Hunt For Sales Tax Dollars

Nevada – Additional Sales Tax Expected From Online Products Out Of State

LAS VEGAS – Consumers who buy products online from out of state will soon see an additional sales tax starting Nov. 1. The added tax stems from a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision which ruled that states can collect sales Continue reading Nevada – Additional Sales Tax Expected From Online Products Out Of State