Oklahoma – Use Tax Collections Up 15.6%

Use tax receipts, paid on out-of-state purchases including online sales, generated $64.1 million, up 15.6% over the prior year. Tax officials credited increased compliance by online retailers for the use-tax growth. https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/gross-receipts-to-the-treasury-reflect-modest-growth/article_6d20becf-0af1-52c7-bc3e-503618e867e5.html

Oklahoma – Edmond Sales Tax Collections Increased By 5.9 Percent Over January 2018

Edmond Sun   As of December 31, 2018, the city of Edmond has had a 5.9% sales tax increase over the course of the month of January. Edmond Currently is 8.9% above fiscal year 2017 with consideration to sales and use tax revenues. City Continue reading Oklahoma – Edmond Sales Tax Collections Increased By 5.9 Percent Over January 2018

Oklahoma – Marketplace Legislation Frequently Asked Questions Regarding – Wayfair US Supreme Court Ruling

What is the new sales/use tax legislation about? HB 1019XX (2018) gives certain marketplace facilitators, remote sellers, and referrers the option to either collect and remit Oklahoma tax, or elect to notify their customers purchasing tangible personal property (TPP) for Continue reading Oklahoma – Marketplace Legislation Frequently Asked Questions Regarding – Wayfair US Supreme Court Ruling

Oklahoma – Sales Tax Holiday Set for August 3rd – 5th 2018

Oklahoma’s annual sales tax holiday will begin at 12:01 am on Friday, August 3, 2018 and end at twelve midnight on Sunday, August 5, 2018. Certain clothing and shoe purchases are exempt from sales tax for this time period only. Continue reading Oklahoma – Sales Tax Holiday Set for August 3rd – 5th 2018

Oklahoma – OK State vying for online sales tax

Online sales tax is slowly becoming common practice, but many are frustrated with the pace By Sidney Lee | Transcript Staff Writer Jan 15, 2017 “Local merchants and city leaders have pointed to online shopping as one of the main Continue reading Oklahoma – OK State vying for online sales tax

Oklahoma – OkTAP Account Holder New 2-Step Authentication Process

SALT Report 3716 – The Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) has added an enhanced security feature–a two-step authentication process–to protect OTC online accounts. Beginning in August 2015, OkTAP account holders will be prompted to enter a temporary authentication code when logging Continue reading Oklahoma – OkTAP Account Holder New 2-Step Authentication Process