Georgia – Gov’s Budget Director Speaks To DPS Cuts, Internet Sales Taxes

The director of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget acknowledged his unfavorable position of being the last state agency head to speak during the three days of the legislature’s joint budget hearings, and to boot, he was the last Continue reading Georgia – Gov’s Budget Director Speaks To DPS Cuts, Internet Sales Taxes

Massachusetts – Computer Services Taxable

SALT Report 2769 – The Massachusetts Senate and House of Representatives have voted by a two-thirds majority to override Governor Deval Patrick’s veto of legislation that would impose sales tax on certain software and computer system designs. Because of this, Continue reading Massachusetts – Computer Services Taxable

Louisiana – Amnesty Bill Signed by Governor

SALT Report 2608 – On Jun 21, 2013 Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed the Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act of 2013, which requires the Department of Revenue to develop and implement a tax amnesty program. The amnesty program would apply to Continue reading Louisiana – Amnesty Bill Signed by Governor

Connecticut – Governor Signs Amnesty Bill

SALT Report 2596 – On June 18, 2013, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed the state’s 2014-2015 biennium budget bill into law. The bill outlines the funds that have been allocated for various state agencies and programs and makes several state Continue reading Connecticut – Governor Signs Amnesty Bill

Georgia – Governor Vetoes Legislation to Create and Reenact Several Sales Tax Exemptions

SALT Report 2483 – On May 7, 2013 Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed legislation that would have created a temporary sales and use tax exemption for certain job training organizations; and would have reenacted several temporary sales and use tax Continue reading Georgia – Governor Vetoes Legislation to Create and Reenact Several Sales Tax Exemptions