Nebraska – Internet Sales Tax Bill In Nebraska Legislature Dead For This Year After Filibuster

News Channel Nebraska by Martha Stoddard (World-Herald News Service) March 16, 2018 LINCOLN — Online shoppers won’t be forced to pay Nebraska sales taxes this year after the Legislature killed an Internet tax proposal on Thursday. State lawmakers fell two Continue reading Nebraska – Internet Sales Tax Bill In Nebraska Legislature Dead For This Year After Filibuster

Supreme Court case could open door on online sales tax … or slam it shut

www.dailyitem.com By John Finnerty l CNHI Harrisburg Reporter “A challenge before the U.S. Supreme Court over a South Dakota law taxing online sales could have dramatic implications in Pennsylvania and across the country. Last year, the state collected just more than Continue reading Supreme Court case could open door on online sales tax … or slam it shut

Online sales tax debate up to Supreme Court

By Christian M. Wade Statehouse Reporter “The problem with the physical presence rule is that it was first conceived of in 1967, two years before the moon landing and decades before the first retail transaction occurred over the Internet,” the Continue reading Online sales tax debate up to Supreme Court

Supreme Court to rule whether e-retailers pay state sales tax

Retail Dive Corinne Ruff@corinnesusan Jan. 15, 2018 “Twenty five years ago, SCOTUS ruled that states could not require out-of-state retailers to collect sales tax unless they had a physical presence in the state. But back in 1992, the dot-com boom Continue reading Supreme Court to rule whether e-retailers pay state sales tax

California – CA Media Resource: Use Tax

California Board of Equalization “What is use tax? Use tax is like sales tax and is generally paid on items, purchased from out-of-state retailers, that will be used in California. The applicable tax rate is usually the rate at the Continue reading California – CA Media Resource: Use Tax

Multistate – US Internet Tax Ban Expires October 1, 2015

arstechnica.com by David Kravets “When the moratorium was first enacted during the Clinton administration, it was done as a move to allow the burgeoning Internet industry to blossom. States that already taxed Internet access—Hawaii, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, South Continue reading Multistate – US Internet Tax Ban Expires October 1, 2015

Multi-State – Spending Bill Includes Ban On Taxing Internet Access

SALT Report 3535 – A $1.1 trillion dollar spending bill extends the ban on taxing internet access through October 1, 2015.  This will be the fourth renewal to ban internet access taxes.  Senate Finance Committee chairman Ron Wyden, who originally Continue reading Multi-State – Spending Bill Includes Ban On Taxing Internet Access

Georgia – Expiration Of The Federal Moratorium On The Taxation Of Internet Access Charges

SALT Report 3465 – The Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) which imposes a moratorium on the taxation of charges for internet access, is set to expire on November 1, 2014.  Currently  the state of Georgia does not have a law Continue reading Georgia – Expiration Of The Federal Moratorium On The Taxation Of Internet Access Charges