Louisiana – To Ramp Up Online Sales Tax Collections Following Wayfair Ruling

The state, in the wake of the South Dakota v. Wayfair U.S. Supreme Court decision, has set a self-imposed Jan. 1 deadline to have the necessary software in place for remote sellers to begin collecting and remitting Louisiana state sales taxes Louisiana, Continue reading Louisiana – To Ramp Up Online Sales Tax Collections Following Wayfair Ruling

California – Proposed Bill A2A Sets Economic Nexus Threshold At $500,000

The proposal from Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) administration, obtained by Bloomberg Tax, would include a $500,000 economic nexus threshold—one of the highest a state has proposed so far—in addition to language requiring marketplace facilitators to collect and remit. Learn more here – Continue reading California – Proposed Bill A2A Sets Economic Nexus Threshold At $500,000

North Carolina – Set To Enforce Prospective Online Sales Taxes November 1, 2018

The N.C. Department of Revenue said “it will enforce an existing law regarding remote sales and require remote sellers to collect and remit the applicable sales and use taxes.” by November 1, 2018. “The Department will apply the Court’s ruling in the Continue reading North Carolina – Set To Enforce Prospective Online Sales Taxes November 1, 2018

Wyoming – South Dakota V. Wayfair Response August 7, 2018

The response says – “Currently Wyoming is not requiring remote sellers to license with the state to collect and remit sales tax. However businesses wishing to voluntarily license in Wyoming may begin that process any time. Once we have a Continue reading Wyoming – South Dakota V. Wayfair Response August 7, 2018

Michigan – Sales Tax Application Scam

A recent apparent sales tax registration scam has imposed itself upon Michigan taxpayers (and 42 other states). An online company is reaching out to taxpayers claiming to be able to register your business in Michigan, only for a small fee and Continue reading Michigan – Sales Tax Application Scam

Missouri – Sale of Live, Unprocessed Tilapia, Raised By Seller, Is Not Subject To Sales Tax

“Aquatic products classified as livestock. — 1.  As used in this section, the term “aquaculture” means the controlled propagation, growth and harvest of aquatic organisms, as defined by rule of the conservation commission.”   2.   For the purposes of construction Continue reading Missouri – Sale of Live, Unprocessed Tilapia, Raised By Seller, Is Not Subject To Sales Tax

Tennessee – Senate Bill 1662 Smart Contracts And Blockchain

“Distributed ledger technology” means any distributed ledger protocol and supporting infrastructure, including blockchain, that uses a distributed, decentralized, shared, and replicated ledger, whether it be public or private, permissioned or permissionless, and which may include the use of electronic currencies Continue reading Tennessee – Senate Bill 1662 Smart Contracts And Blockchain

Connecticut – Tax Free Sales Period August 19 – 25, 2018

Sales or purchases of clothing or footwear costing less than $100 per item are not subject to Connecticut sales and use taxes during the exclusion week. Learn More Here – Information About Connecticut Tax Exempt Weekend 

Florida – Applies Wayfair Retrospectively In Recent Court Case

The state of Florida in a response to a taxpayers request for summary judgement in an excise tax refund case see’s no reason why Wayfair should not apply retrospectively. In this case a hookah distributor was seeking refund of excise Continue reading Florida – Applies Wayfair Retrospectively In Recent Court Case