“Trump Signals Support for Internet Sales Tax Over Conservatives’ Objections”

South Dakota campaign for Governor highlighting online sales and use tax solutions…   For further information: http://Trump Signals Support for Internet Sales Tax Over Conservatives’ Objections http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/local/noem-and-jackley-race-to-solve-online-sales-tax-problem/article_f1f96be1-49d6-51de-a632-a42d7edf1396.html https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/2193

Colorado – Colorado’s “Amazon Tax” Law Is Now In Effect. Here’s What It Means For Shoppers and Big Sellers

The Denver Post by Brian Eason July 7, 2017 It boils down to this: Deal with taxes as you go or face a bunch of paperwork (along with the taxes) later. Seven years and one U.S. Supreme Court decision later, Colorado’s law Continue reading Colorado – Colorado’s “Amazon Tax” Law Is Now In Effect. Here’s What It Means For Shoppers and Big Sellers

Massachusetts – Massachusetts Sued Before New Internet Sales Tax Rules Take Effect

Forbes, #TaxTime Kelly Phillips Erb June 12, 2017 “With just over two weeks before a new regulation in Massachusetts was slated to take effect, the measure has hit a roadblock. NetChoice, a trade association of Internet companies and organizations, and American Continue reading Massachusetts – Massachusetts Sued Before New Internet Sales Tax Rules Take Effect

Arkansas – AR Amazon decision shifts debate

By Jamie Williams jwilliams@thedailycitizen.com The debate on Internet sales and use tax collection has shifted to what to do with the revenue in the wake of an announcement made by Amazon on Friday, according to state lawmakers from White County. Continue reading Arkansas – AR Amazon decision shifts debate

Arkansas – AR Could Become 35th State to Pass Internet Sales Tax

NWA.com By: Karella Kordsmeier Posted: Feb 01, 2017 03:40 PM CST Updated: Feb 01, 2017 03:40 PM CST “ARKANSAS – (via KARK) — Consumers in the Natural State could soon notice an extra charge when they check out online. A Continue reading Arkansas – AR Could Become 35th State to Pass Internet Sales Tax

Iowa – Amazon to Collect Sales Tax in Iowa

SALT Report 3893 – Online retailer giant Amazon announced Friday afternoon it would no longer be tax-free for Iowans starting Jan. 1. An Amazon spokeswoman told KCCI in a brief statement that “Amazon will be required to collect sales tax Continue reading Iowa – Amazon to Collect Sales Tax in Iowa

South Dakota – Internet Sales Tax Law Passed

SALT Report 3803 – A new South Dakota law may end up determining whether most U.S. residents are required to pay sales taxes on their Internet purchases. The South Dakota law, passed by the Legislature in March, requires many out-of-state Continue reading South Dakota – Internet Sales Tax Law Passed

Oklahoma – Internet Sales Tax Measure Clears Senate

SALT Report 3798 –  An attempt to get more Oklahomans to pay the required sales tax on online purchases has cleared the state Senate. The Senate passed the bill 31-12 on Thursday and sent it to the House for consideration. Continue reading Oklahoma – Internet Sales Tax Measure Clears Senate

Michigan – Internet Retailer Tax Goes Into Effect

Salt Report 3720 – Michigan’s new “Main Street Fairness” law goes into effect on Thursday, Oct. 1. 2015. For the first time, Internet retailers with a presence in Michigan, will be required to collect and remit the state’s 6% sales tax on all purchases made by Michigan shoppers. Further Continue reading Michigan – Internet Retailer Tax Goes Into Effect

Alabama – Department of Revenue Reminds Holiday Shoppers To Pay Tax On Online Purchases

SALT Report 3538 – The Alabama Department of Revenue released a notice to Alabama taxpayers, reminding them of their sales tax remittance obligations for online purchases.  Shoppers ordering from the internet, TV home-shopping networks, or catalogs who are not charged Continue reading Alabama – Department of Revenue Reminds Holiday Shoppers To Pay Tax On Online Purchases