New Mexico – Delivered groceries may not be taxable

The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department has issued new guidance on when grocery deliveries may be subject to gross receipts taxes. Receipts from food sold at a retail food store can be deducted by grocers when filing their gross Continue reading New Mexico – Delivered groceries may not be taxable

Utah – Full Sales Tax On Groceries One Possibility As Legislators Discuss Tax Reform

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Utah’s economy is booming and the state has a budget surplus…so why are legislators seeking to change the way the government collects and spends our tax dollars? The simple answer is that Utah’s population is Continue reading Utah – Full Sales Tax On Groceries One Possibility As Legislators Discuss Tax Reform

Idaho – ID Repeal the Idaho sales tax on groceries

Miami Herald – Associated Press April 3, 2017 BOISE, IDAHO Lt. Gov. Brad Little says Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter should approve a proposal that would repeal the state’s 6 percent sales tax on groceries. Little announced Monday that repealing the Continue reading Idaho – ID Repeal the Idaho sales tax on groceries