Texas – State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled Nearly $3 Billion in July

(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.98 billion in July, 4.3 percent more than in July 2019. The majority of July sales tax revenue is based on sales made in June and remitted to Continue reading Texas – State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled Nearly $3 Billion in July

North Dakota – Tax Revenue from Online Sales Skyrockets Amid COVID-19 Closures

North Dakota’s sales tax revenue from online retailers ballooned by a staggering 500% in April, during the worst of the pandemic closures, according to the state tax commissioner’s office. Remote sellers, or online retailers, contributed $2.9 million in sales tax Continue reading North Dakota – Tax Revenue from Online Sales Skyrockets Amid COVID-19 Closures

Florida- Pandemic Renews Internet Sales Tax Debate

The Covid-19 pandemic has blown a huge hole in the state budget as state sales tax revenues are down due to the drop in tourism and stay-at-home orders that have kept people from shopping. One proposal to fill the revenue Continue reading Florida- Pandemic Renews Internet Sales Tax Debate

Nevada- Economic Shutdown Wiped Out Sales Tax Gains

Members of the Economic Forum were told Wednesday that the economic shutdown in March wiped out eight months of gains in taxable sales. Legislative Counsel Bureau economist Russ Guindon said taxable sales were up 6.1 percent — $481 million — Continue reading Nevada- Economic Shutdown Wiped Out Sales Tax Gains

Nevada – Economic shutdown wiped out sales tax gains in Nevada

The economic shutdown in March wiped out eight months of gains in taxable sales. Legislative Counsel Bureau economist Russ Guindon said taxable sales were up 6.1 percent — $481 million — from July 1 through February of this fiscal year. Continue reading Nevada – Economic shutdown wiped out sales tax gains in Nevada

Multi-State – Influx of E-Com Sales? Now’s the Time for 2021 Tax Planning

Consumer spending has shifted even more heavily from brick-and-mortar to e-commerce during the coronavirus pandemic. Many retailers are pivoting to e-commerce shops for the first time, and established online retailers are experiencing sizable growth. U.S. e-commerce jumped 49 percent in Continue reading Multi-State – Influx of E-Com Sales? Now’s the Time for 2021 Tax Planning

Wyoming – Recent Tax Law for Online Sales a Boon for Laramie

A law approved by the Wyoming Legislature in 2019 expanded the taxability of online sales, explained city staff to the city council. Jordan reported that since the law went into effect in July 2019 and up until the March 2020 Continue reading Wyoming – Recent Tax Law for Online Sales a Boon for Laramie

Wyoming – Recent tax law for online sales a boon for Laramie

Online sales are popular in Laramie. That’s what the most recent Albany County sales and use tax collection totals told Laramie city staff. During last week’s budget work session for the 2021 fiscal year the city manager Janine Jordan said Continue reading Wyoming – Recent tax law for online sales a boon for Laramie

Multistate – SCOTUS Easing Path for Direct-to-Consumer Alcohol Shipping

Two Supreme Court cases have reshaped the way alcoholic beverages, particularly wine, can be marketed to consumers. And combined with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, breweries and distilleries may also become more involved in direct-to-consumer sales. Granholm v. Heald, decided Continue reading Multistate – SCOTUS Easing Path for Direct-to-Consumer Alcohol Shipping

Florida – State Considers Forcing Collection Of Tax On Online Sales

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CNS) — Florida is losing $700 million a year it is already owed on internet sales. State lawmakers took the first step to begin collecting the money, passing the bill through its first committee Tuesday, but there are Continue reading Florida – State Considers Forcing Collection Of Tax On Online Sales