Indiana – State Looking To Courts To Change Online Sales Tax Rules

Tristate homepage.com posted August 30, 2017 (Indiana Statehouse Nwsroom) — The State of Indiana filed a lawsuit this week hoping to change how states can charge online sales tax. This push is an attempt for the courts to say Indiana Continue reading Indiana – State Looking To Courts To Change Online Sales Tax Rules

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?