SALT Report 2108-2 On January 12, 2018, the US Supreme Court granted certiorari to the state of South Dakota (Wayfair v South Dakota) in their challenge against the longstanding (or barely standing) physical presence, sales and use tax standard set Continue reading Multistate – Should The US Supreme Court Abrogate Quill?
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
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
Fox Business By Brent Kendall and Richard Rubin Published January 12, 2018 “The Supreme Court on Friday said it would consider whether states can broadly require online retailers to collect sales taxes even if they lack a physical presence in the state, Continue reading Supreme Court to Consider Internet Sales Tax Collection
The HIll BY NAOMI JAGODA – 01/12/18 03:42 PM EST “In agreeing to hear the case, South Dakota v. Wayfair, the court will revisit a 1992 decision in which it ruled that states could only require remote sellers to collect their sales taxes Continue reading Supreme Court to hear online sales tax case
Statesman Journal JESSICA GRESKO, Associated PressPublished 12:25 p.m. PT Jan. 12, 2018 | Updated 12:25 p.m. PT Jan. 12, 2018 “A total of 36 states and the District of Columbia had asked the high court take up the issue. In a Continue reading Supreme Court to hear internet sales tax collection case
Star Tribune By JESSICA GRESKO Associated Press JANUARY 12, 2018 — 2:40PM “The Supreme Court agreed Friday to wade into the issue of sales tax collection on internet purchases in a case that could force consumers to pay more for certain purchases Continue reading Supreme Court to hear internet sales tax collection case