Massachusetts – January Revenue Collections Total $3.347 Billion

(BOSTON, MA) — Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) Commissioner Geoffrey Snyder today announced that preliminary revenue collections for January totaled $3.347 billion, which is $392 million or 13.3% more than the actual collections in January 2021, and $429 million or 14.7% Continue reading Massachusetts – January Revenue Collections Total $3.347 Billion

Massachusetts – Certain Sales In Restaurant Area Within Supermarket Not Subject To Sales and Use Tax Per Letter Ruling 20-1

Issue: Whether Supermarket must charge tax on otherwise tax-exempt supermarket products purchased at cash registers located in restaurant areas, assuming Supermarket implements various controls to separately track sales of meals and otherwise tax-exempt items, as further described below. Ruling: Assuming Continue reading Massachusetts – Certain Sales In Restaurant Area Within Supermarket Not Subject To Sales and Use Tax Per Letter Ruling 20-1

MASSACHUSETTS – Mass. Will Collect Sales Taxes On Online Purchases

Online shoppers will start paying sales tax on more of their purchases. New rules go into effect Tuesday that require online retailers to collect Massachusetts’ 6.25% sales tax from customers. The new rules apply to online sellers and marketplaces — like Amazon or Continue reading MASSACHUSETTS – Mass. Will Collect Sales Taxes On Online Purchases

MASSACHUSETTS – New Massachusetts Sales And Use Tax Collection Requirements

Effective October 1, 2019 Remote sellers must collect tax on sales of tangible personal property or services into Massachusetts when they have Massachusetts sales that exceed $100,000 in a calendar year.  Read Official Changes Here: Mass.Gov © 2019 Commonwealth of Continue reading MASSACHUSETTS – New Massachusetts Sales And Use Tax Collection Requirements

Massachusetts – Pot Sales Drawing Competition From Other States

As the recreational pot industry takes off in Massachusetts, other nearby states are rushing to get a piece of the tax revenue lost to cross-border sales. Three bordering states — Rhode Island, New York and Connecticut — appear to be Continue reading Massachusetts – Pot Sales Drawing Competition From Other States

Massachusetts – Sales Tax Holiday Happening August 11-12, 2018

“It looks like Massachusetts will have a sales tax holiday this year” www.boston.com The final day of the formal legislative session (Tuesday) was an economic development bill that includes a two-day sales tax-free weekend this month. August, 11-12. Massachusetts Sales Tax Continue reading Massachusetts – Sales Tax Holiday Happening August 11-12, 2018