KANSAS – Imposes Sales and Use Tax Requirements to Fullest Extent Allowed

As of October 1, 2019, ALL out-of-state sellers making sales for delivery into Kansas are required to register with the Department of Revenue and collect and remit Kansas sales or use tax. According to Department of Revenue Notice 19-04, “Kansas imposes Continue reading KANSAS – Imposes Sales and Use Tax Requirements to Fullest Extent Allowed

Kansas – State Imposes Sales and Use Tax Requirements to Fullest Extent Allowed

As of October 1, 2019, ALL out-of-state sellers making sales for delivery into Kansas are required to register with the Department of Revenue and collect and remit Kansas sales or use tax. According to Department of Revenue Notice 19-04, “Kansas imposes Continue reading Kansas – State Imposes Sales and Use Tax Requirements to Fullest Extent Allowed

KANSAS – East Side Sales Tax Chair Resigns Amid Conflicts Of Interest, Delays And Millions Unspent

The chairman of the commission overseeing Kansas City’s struggling East Side sales tax has resigned. Herb Hardwick, an attorney, notified Mayor Quinton Lucas of his resignation in a letter dated Friday. The decision comes after questions were raised last week Continue reading KANSAS – East Side Sales Tax Chair Resigns Amid Conflicts Of Interest, Delays And Millions Unspent

Kansas – Why Sales Tax Rules in Kansas Matter

The Kansas Department of Revenue has published new sales tax requirements for remote retailers, so if your retail clients do any business into the state you need to pay attention. As of October 1, 2019, all out-of-state sellers making sales Continue reading Kansas – Why Sales Tax Rules in Kansas Matter

Kansas – State’s Online Sales Tax Rule Is More Than Just Bad Policy

A new Kansas online sales tax rule is harmful to small businesses and threatens to embroil the state in expensive litigation. It wasn’t passed by the Legislature; it’s being unilaterally implemented by Gov. Laura Kelly’s Department of Revenue. Since the Continue reading Kansas – State’s Online Sales Tax Rule Is More Than Just Bad Policy

Kansas – SB 22 Has Passed The House With Economic Nexus Provisions On Remote Sellers And Marketplace Facilitators

Senate Bill 22, if enacted, would require a remote seller or marketplace facilitator to collect and remit Kansas state and local sales or use tax, even if they have no physical presence. The bill outlines the thresholds that would trigger Continue reading Kansas – SB 22 Has Passed The House With Economic Nexus Provisions On Remote Sellers And Marketplace Facilitators

Multi-State – Six Weeks Remaining In The MTC Program For Marketplace Sellers

SALT Report 3941 – The Multistate Tax Commission’s Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative will consider applications for voluntary disclosure meeting specific eligibility criteria received during  the time period August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017. There are six weeks Continue reading Multi-State – Six Weeks Remaining In The MTC Program For Marketplace Sellers

Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State Initiative) August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

SALT Report 3914 – The MTC is sponsoring a prospective amnesty program targeting online marketplace sellers. The amnesty program will begin on Thursday, August 17, 2017 and will close October 17, 2017. The following 24 states have agreed to participate Continue reading Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State Initiative) August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State Initiative) August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017

SALT Report 3914 – The MTC is sponsoring a prospective amnesty program targeting online marketplace sellers. The amnesty program will begin on Thursday, August 17, 2017 and will close October 17, 2017. The following 24 states have agreed to participate Continue reading Multistate – MTC Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure (24 State Initiative) August 17, 2017 through October 17, 2017