Washington – Online Sales-Tax Money Is Key Part Of State Budget. Could A Lawsuit Derail It?

The Olympian By Walker Orenstein June 30, 2017 Top state lawmakers in Washington said Thursday they intend to follow in Colorado’s footsteps with a plan to make more online retailers collect sales tax in order to help bankroll the next Continue reading Washington – Online Sales-Tax Money Is Key Part Of State Budget. Could A Lawsuit Derail It?

Colorado – Colorado’s “Amazon Tax” Law Is Now In Effect. Here’s What It Means For Shoppers and Big Sellers

The Denver Post by Brian Eason July 7, 2017 It boils down to this: Deal with taxes as you go or face a bunch of paperwork (along with the taxes) later. Seven years and one U.S. Supreme Court decision later, Colorado’s law Continue reading Colorado – Colorado’s “Amazon Tax” Law Is Now In Effect. Here’s What It Means For Shoppers and Big Sellers

Vermont – Notification Requirement Set To Begin July 1, 2017

SALT Report 3900 – Notification enforcement for noncollecting vendors is set to begin July 1, 2017. House Bill 873 requires noncollecting vendors making sales into Vermont to notify Vermont purchasers that sales or use tax is due on nonexempt purchases made from Continue reading Vermont – Notification Requirement Set To Begin July 1, 2017