Florida- Pandemic Renews Internet Sales Tax Debate

The Covid-19 pandemic has blown a huge hole in the state budget as state sales tax revenues are down due to the drop in tourism and stay-at-home orders that have kept people from shopping. One proposal to fill the revenue Continue reading Florida- Pandemic Renews Internet Sales Tax Debate

Texas- Outbreak Leads Texas to Hold off on Revamping Internet Sales Tax Policies

Round Rock and a relatively small number of other cities across Texas that fear losing millions of dollars annually because of a proposed policy change on how the state collects sales taxes on internet purchases have won a temporary reprieve — Continue reading Texas- Outbreak Leads Texas to Hold off on Revamping Internet Sales Tax Policies

Mississippi- Could Soon Tax Third-Party Internet Sales

Mississippi is one of four states without a sales tax on third-party sales on the internet, but that could change if a bill that is headed to the Senate floor becomes law. House Bill 379, known as the Mississippi Marketplace Continue reading Mississippi- Could Soon Tax Third-Party Internet Sales

Missouri- Groups Seek Internet Sales Tax Legislation to Establish Emergency Fund, More APRIL 30, 2020

Before the legislative session ends, a coalition of eight groups hope lawmakers can push through an internet sales tax bill so collections could be used to establish a cash operating expense fund, finance transportation projects, and otherwise alleviate state debt.  The cohort sent Continue reading Missouri- Groups Seek Internet Sales Tax Legislation to Establish Emergency Fund, More APRIL 30, 2020

Georgia – Lawmakers Reach Deal To Collect More Online Sales Taxes

Four days into the 2020 General Assembly session the lawmakers agreed to a new internet and app sales tax measure that could provide a major boost to the state’s shaky bottom line. House and Senate leaders agreed Thursday morning to Continue reading Georgia – Lawmakers Reach Deal To Collect More Online Sales Taxes

Kansas – State Recommends Taxes that Target Internet, Digital Sales

In efforts to keep up with the technological times, Gov. Laura Kelly’s advisory council supported millions in new taxes in the digital economy. But others are concerned that Kansas should first focus on restoring fiscal health. (TNS) — On Tuesday, Continue reading Kansas – State Recommends Taxes that Target Internet, Digital Sales

MULTI STATE – More States Enacting Internet Sales Taxes

Just everyone knows about the “Amazon tax,” which allows sales taxes to be collected on purchases over the internet from companies like Amazon. But now, states are taking this one step farther, imposing “marketplace” and “remote seller” taxes that allow Continue reading MULTI STATE – More States Enacting Internet Sales Taxes

WYOMING – Growing Percentage Of City Revenue Coming From Internet Sales Tax

While Sheridan’s sales and use tax revenues have continued to grow this year, those gains are increasingly dependent on internet, rather than local, sales, according to a presentation City Treasurer Karen Burtis delivered this week. The city’s internet sales tax Continue reading WYOMING – Growing Percentage Of City Revenue Coming From Internet Sales Tax

Arizona – State Enacting Internet Sales Tax

Your orders will now be more expensive You have probably noticed the cost of your online orders increasing this month. It’s not your imagination, Arizona is now enforcing a sales tax for out-of-state and online companies. Azcentral reports the change was implemented Continue reading Arizona – State Enacting Internet Sales Tax

MULTI STATE – New Sales Tax Rules Take Effect This Week In More Than A Dozen States

If you made a purchase on the internet yesterday, you might have noticed something different: sales tax. Changes in sales tax compliance laws for remote sellers and marketplace facilitators in more than a dozen states kicked in beginning October 1, Continue reading MULTI STATE – New Sales Tax Rules Take Effect This Week In More Than A Dozen States