MULTI STATE – 5 States With No State Sales Tax

Forty-five states plus the District of Columbia impose a sales tax to raise revenue. In addition, local sales tax is collected in 38 states. The combined levy can be hefty. In Tennessee, for example, the average combined state and local Continue reading MULTI STATE – 5 States With No State Sales Tax

Montana – Time To Close The Door Of A Sales Tax In Montana

After reading the article by your guest columnist Dorothy Bardley, Wednesday April 10, I had to put in my two cents. Sorry for the pun. Accessing the pocketbooks of the millions of tourists who come here, I think there’s another Continue reading Montana – Time To Close The Door Of A Sales Tax In Montana

Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

In recent years, states have increasingly considered taxing services by expanding the sales and use tax base —  and 2019 is no different. So far this year, taxation of services bills have been introduced in nine states: California, Connecticut, Florida, Montana, Continue reading Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

MONTANA – State Senate Passes Higher Sales Tax For Montana Resort Towns

Communities like Big Sky and Red Lodge could see a temporary resort tax increase for public works projects if a bill moving through the Legislature becomes law. Senate Bill 241 passed its first vote in the Senate 33-to-16 on Monday. Continue reading MONTANA – State Senate Passes Higher Sales Tax For Montana Resort Towns

Montana – Great Falls Ex-LuLaRoe Consultant Sues Clothing MLM Company Over Illegal Sales Tax Collection

A Great Falls woman has filed a lawsuit against the clothing company LuLaRoe, a California-headquartered multi-level marketing company. LuLaRoe is known for bright pattern in limited runs and its “buttery soft” leggings. It’s an MLM, or direct selling business similar to Continue reading Montana – Great Falls Ex-LuLaRoe Consultant Sues Clothing MLM Company Over Illegal Sales Tax Collection

Montana – Business Leaders Consider Potential Impact Of Sales Tax In Montana

BOZEMAN, Mont. – Business owners gathered in Bozeman on Tuesday to discuss the possibility of a statewide sales tax and another option that would allow for sales tax in counties bordering national parks. Montana House Representative Kerry White is proposing Continue reading Montana – Business Leaders Consider Potential Impact Of Sales Tax In Montana

Tennessee – State Of Wayfair: Tennessee Trying To Come To Terms

Is Tennessee coming close to a settlement of its Wayfair-like case? Steve DelBianco, president and CEO of NetChoice, told Bloomberg Tax Sept. 4 the parties to a pending lawsuit over Tennessee’s South Dakota-style economic nexus statute are currently addressing how to Continue reading Tennessee – State Of Wayfair: Tennessee Trying To Come To Terms

Montana – Tester Introduces Bill To Protect Montana Businesses From Collecting Sales Taxes

U.S. Senator For Montana Jon Tester June 28, 2018 (U.S. Senate)—U.S. Senator Jon Tester is leading the charge against forcing small businesses to collect online sales taxes for other states. Tester introduced the Stop Taxing Our Potential (STOP) Act today to overturn Continue reading Montana – Tester Introduces Bill To Protect Montana Businesses From Collecting Sales Taxes

Wyoming – Creating a Foreign Entity to Purchase and Register Motor Vehicles

SALT Report 2592 – The Wyoming Department of Revenue issued an advisory to residents who create a foreign corporation or limited liability company in Montana to purchase and register a vehicle without paying sales tax. If a vehicle is purchased Continue reading Wyoming – Creating a Foreign Entity to Purchase and Register Motor Vehicles

Montana – Department of Revenue Authorized to Serve Notices of Levy Electronically

SALT Report 2389 – Recently passed legislation in Montana allows the Department of Revenue to issue a notice of levy for the collection of delinquent taxes electronically upon written consent of the recipient, which is typically an employer or financial Continue reading Montana – Department of Revenue Authorized to Serve Notices of Levy Electronically