Colorado – Notification Requirement Set To Begin July 1, 2017

SALT Report 3896 – Notification enforcement for out of state retailers selling more than $100,000 a year to Colorado customers is set to begin July 1, 2017. In 2010, the General Assembly passed House Bill 10-1193 (Notification Rule) requiring out of state retailers Continue reading Colorado – Notification Requirement Set To Begin July 1, 2017

Missouri – MO Amazon to Start Collecting Sales Tax

SALT Report 3895 – According to an Amazon spokesperson, beginning on February 1, 2017, Amazon will start collecting sales tax in Missouri. The announcement adds Missouri to a growing list of states in which orders placed on amazon.com will include Continue reading Missouri – MO Amazon to Start Collecting Sales Tax

Rhode Island – RI Amazon to Start Collecting Sales Tax

SALT Report 3894 – According to an Amazon spokesperson, beginning on February 1, 2017, Amazon will begin to voluntarily collect the 7% sales tax in Rhode Island. According to Amazon’s website, the company already collects sales tax for purchases through 33 Continue reading Rhode Island – RI Amazon to Start Collecting Sales Tax

Alabama – Amazon to Charge Sales Tax

SALT Report 3868 – Amazon, the country’s largest e-commerce retailer, is set to collect state sales tax in Alabama beginning Nov. 1. Amazon announced it will begin charging customers the 8 percent sales tax through Alabama’s Simplified Use Tax Remittance Continue reading Alabama – Amazon to Charge Sales Tax

Multi-State – Proposed Online Sales Tax Legislation

SALT Report 3863 – The Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce estimates that U.S. retail e-commerce sales for the second quarter of 2016, adjusted for seasonal variation, hit a whopping $97.3 billion. Since many online retailers aren’t collecting sales Continue reading Multi-State – Proposed Online Sales Tax Legislation

South Dakota – Possible Online Sales Tax

SALT Report 3823 – Many states have laws that require online retailers to collect sales taxes if they have a store, warehouse or subsidiary in-state, or if they contract with a local business to advertise their products. The laws conform Continue reading South Dakota – Possible Online Sales Tax

Oklahoma – Online Sales Tax Bill

SALT Report 3816 – “The governor’s signature helps protect Oklahoma businesses by lessening the benefit online retailers receive by not collecting Oklahoma Sales tax,” said Caldwell, R-Enid. “This also means millions of dollars for vital state services such as education Continue reading Oklahoma – Online Sales Tax Bill

South Dakota – Online Sales Tax Law Passed

SALT Report 3800 – South Dakota customers of the online package-a-month service Birchbox got an unwelcome email notice this week: They’ll be paying state taxes on their purchases from now on. The company apologized for “any inconvenience this may cause” and Continue reading South Dakota – Online Sales Tax Law Passed

Multi-state – Should the Senate Have Passed an Online Sales Tax?

www.usnews.com – March 28, 2013 “The Senate, for the first time in four years, has officially passed a budget resolution. After several hours of voting on amendments – in a process known as “vote-a-rama” – the budget offered by Sen. Continue reading Multi-state – Should the Senate Have Passed an Online Sales Tax?

Oklahoma – Online Sales Tax Collection Bill Proposed House Bill 2531

SALT Report 3781 – On March 14, 2016 the Oklahoma legislature introduced House Bill 2531 proposing online sales and use tax collections. This bill is referred to as the Retail Protection Act of 2016 and sets forth additional requirements for Continue reading Oklahoma – Online Sales Tax Collection Bill Proposed House Bill 2531