Minnesota – Wayfair Impacts for Minnesota Sellers – Webinar

The Minnesota Department of Revenue is offering a webinar for Minnesota sellers who may be impacted by the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision. The Wayfair Impacts for Minnesota Sellers webinar is on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 2:00 p.m CST. Continue reading Minnesota – Wayfair Impacts for Minnesota Sellers – Webinar

Minnesota – Notification Of New Local Sales And Use Taxes Starting January 1, 2020

The following new local sales and use taxes will start on January 1, 2020. Use the following links for detailed information on each new local tax: Glenwood Sales and Use Tax Kanabec County Transit Sales and Use Tax McLeod County Transit Sales Continue reading Minnesota – Notification Of New Local Sales And Use Taxes Starting January 1, 2020

Minnesota – North Mankato Passes Food And Beverage Sales Tax

After months of debate, the North Mankato City Council passed a .5% food and beverage sales tax Monday night that goes into effect next year. The council voted 3-2 in favor, with Council members Billy Steiner and Sandra Oachs dissenting. Continue reading Minnesota – North Mankato Passes Food And Beverage Sales Tax

Minnesota – The DOR Has Openings In Their Upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

Basic Sales and Use Tax classes October 1, 2019 Duluth October 2, 2019 Webinar October 9, 2019 Brainerd October 10, 2019 Burnsville October 16, 2019 St. Paul October 23, 2019 Forest Lake October 29, 2019 Minnetonka Sales and Use Tax Continue reading Minnesota – The DOR Has Openings In Their Upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

Minnesota – The Department of Revenue Launches New Website

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced today the launch of their new website, www.revenue.state.mn.us, which focuses on the user experience by improving navigation tools and prioritizing top tasks for customers. The Department states, “Our new website will be Continue reading Minnesota – The Department of Revenue Launches New Website

North Dakota – Border Sales Tax Workshops in May and June 2019

The North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner teams up once per year with both the Minnesota Department of Revenue and the South Dakota Department of Revenue to hold sales tax workshops for those who conduct business across state borders. 2019 workshop dates are Continue reading North Dakota – Border Sales Tax Workshops in May and June 2019

Minnesota – Isanti County Transit Sales and Use Tax Starts July 1, 2019

Starting July 1, 2019, Isanti County will have a 0.5 percent transit sales and use tax. The Minnesota Department of Revenue will administer this tax. Revenues will fund the projects identified in the Isanti County Isanti County Transportation Improvement Projects Continue reading Minnesota – Isanti County Transit Sales and Use Tax Starts July 1, 2019

Minnesota – Restaurateur Facing 6 Felony Counts For Underpaying Sales Tax

WHITE BEAR LAKE — Acqua owner Daron Close readily admits he is much better at preparing Ragu alla Bolognese than he is at accounting. Bookkeeping errors have landed the restaurant owner and his limited liability company in hot water with the Continue reading Minnesota – Restaurateur Facing 6 Felony Counts For Underpaying Sales Tax

Minnesota – Openings In upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

Basic Sales and Use Tax classes April 10, 2019 (Duluth) April 10, 2019 (Mankato) April 17, 2019 (Webinar) April 24, 2019 (Brainerd) April 24, 2019 (St. Paul) April 25, 2019 (St. Cloud) May 8, 2019 (Edina) Sales and Use Tax Continue reading Minnesota – Openings In upcoming Sales And Use Tax Classes

Minnesota – Starting April 1, 2019 Redwood and Waseca Counties Will Have Transit Sales And Use Tax of .5 Percent

The Minnesota Department of Revenue will administer these taxes. The 0.5 percent transit sales tax applies to retail sales made into Waseca and Redwood County. The transit use tax applies to taxable items used in the County if the local sales Continue reading Minnesota – Starting April 1, 2019 Redwood and Waseca Counties Will Have Transit Sales And Use Tax of .5 Percent