New York – Cuomo Looking To Speed Up Online Sales Tax Proposal

ALBANY, N.Y. (WHEC) — Governor Andrew Cuomo is looking to speed up his online sales tax proposal. The new push would allow the state to collect tax on all online sales starting in June, instead of September. Right now, only Continue reading New York – Cuomo Looking To Speed Up Online Sales Tax Proposal

New York – Economic Nexus Threshold $300,000/100

The New York Department of finance has released the registration requirement for businesses with no physical presence and guidance for vendors.  The following is an overview of the recent publication: Overview On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court Continue reading New York – Economic Nexus Threshold $300,000/100

New York – State Provides No Grace Period For Sales Tax – Requires Immediate Registration

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance this week released its guidance when remote sellers need to collect and remit sales tax. In its guidance, the state said, “On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruling in South Continue reading New York – State Provides No Grace Period For Sales Tax – Requires Immediate Registration

New York – NYCEDC Launches New Sales Tax Exemption Program to Support Small Business Retailers And Industrial Businesses In Highly Distressed Areas

New York City Industrial Development Agency’s ASTEP program will lower costs of construction, upgrades or expansions for eligible businesses New York, NY – New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today launched the Accelerated Sales Tax Exemption Program (ASTEP) to Continue reading New York – NYCEDC Launches New Sales Tax Exemption Program to Support Small Business Retailers And Industrial Businesses In Highly Distressed Areas

New York – Villages Sue County, Towns For ‘Fair Share’ Of Sales Tax Revenue

A number of villages are suing Nassau County and the towns of North Hempstead, Hempstead and Oyster Bay for $21.5 million, according to court filings, in a bid to get what they see as their fair share of sales tax Continue reading New York – Villages Sue County, Towns For ‘Fair Share’ Of Sales Tax Revenue

Multi-State – State of Wayfair: First Look At South Dakota Bills

And now, for my next trick … South Dakota, the state that successfully “killed Quill” and passed the economic nexus model that now leads the way for other states looking to collect taxes on remote sales, raised the curtain Aug. 30 Continue reading Multi-State – State of Wayfair: First Look At South Dakota Bills

New York – Local Sales Tax Collections Up In New York

“Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released a report saying collections grew 6 percent statewide in the first six months of 2018. Local collections totaled $8.5 billion over the period statewide compared to $8 billion last year.” www.news10.com Read Article- Sales Tax Collection Continue reading New York – Local Sales Tax Collections Up In New York

New York – TSB Recommends Rejection Of ST 120.1 Exemption Certificate (Good Faith)

On June 5, 2018, New York released TSB-A-18(2)S detailing their reasoning behind the recommended rejection of a Contractor Exempt Purchase Certificate (ST 120.1) provided by a customer attempting to rent a truck with no sales tax. The customer was doing work Continue reading New York – TSB Recommends Rejection Of ST 120.1 Exemption Certificate (Good Faith)