North Dakota – June 2019 Sales Tax Newsletter – Legislative Rundown

The latest North Dakota Sales Tax Newsletter is now available at www.nd.gov/tax/newsletters. Inside this issue: 2019 Legislative Rundown HB 1131 – Sales Tax Exemption For Commemorative Coins HB 1205 – Sales Tax Exemption For Fertilizer Or Chemical Processing Plant, Straddle Plant, Continue reading North Dakota – June 2019 Sales Tax Newsletter – Legislative Rundown

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

North Dakota – North Dakota Eliminates Remote Seller Transactions Threshold

North Dakota has eliminated the transactions threshold from its remote seller law. Under S.B. 2191, signed into law March 14 by Gov. Doug Burgum (R), a remote seller without a physical presence in North Dakota is required to collect and remit taxes on sales Continue reading North Dakota – North Dakota Eliminates Remote Seller Transactions Threshold

North Dakota – Online sales Tax Collections Adding Up For North Dakota

BISMARCK – Online sales tax collections in North Dakota have totaled more than $5 million since last fall. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last June that states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax. North Dakota began collecting from Continue reading North Dakota – Online sales Tax Collections Adding Up For North Dakota

North Dakota – IHS Markit predicts steeper budget then Gov. Doug Burgum’s proposed

North Dakota’s revenue projections have recently not been accurate. “Lawmakers hired IHS in late 2017 to provide a second opinion on revenue projections after previous estimates missed the mark”. The forecast given by IHS ultimately predicted a 13.3 percent deficit Continue reading North Dakota – IHS Markit predicts steeper budget then Gov. Doug Burgum’s proposed

North Dakota – More than 1,000 online retailers register with North Dakota after sales tax ruling

By John Hageman on Oct 1, 2018 www.grandforksherald.com “Monday marked the deadline for remote sellers to register with the state and begin collecting its sales and use tax. Rauschenberger said more than 250 of the country’s top 1,000 online sellers have registered with Continue reading North Dakota – More than 1,000 online retailers register with North Dakota after sales tax ruling

North Dakota – Taxable Sales and Purchases Increase Nearly 10 Percent for Second Consecutive Quarter

North Dakota’s Tax commissioner Announced today, Taxable sales and purchases for the second quarter of 2018 have increased nearly 10 percent.”This is the second consecutive quarter North Dakota taxable sales and purchases have increased 10 percent, and the fifth consecutive Continue reading North Dakota – Taxable Sales and Purchases Increase Nearly 10 Percent for Second Consecutive Quarter

North Dakota – Tax Commission Sees Online Retailers Initiate Compliance

About 500 new online retailers have signed up with the North Dakota Tax Commission to begin remitting sales taxes since a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June allowed states to force collections. State Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger, in Minot Wednesday Continue reading North Dakota – Tax Commission Sees Online Retailers Initiate Compliance

Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Enforcement Thresholds As of August 21, 2018

ENexus Thresholds As Of August 21, 2018 Ref No. State Enforcement Date Dollars of Sales Number of Sales Enexus Threshold 1 OH 1/1/2018 $25,000 0 25/0 2 PA 4/1/2018 $10,000 0 10/0 3 HI 7/1/2018 $100,000 200 100/200 4 ID Continue reading Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Enforcement Thresholds As of August 21, 2018