KANSAS – Policy For Online Sales Tax Is Declared Invalid

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has issued a legal opinion declaring that a new and aggressive state policy for taxing online sales is invalid. Top Republicans in the GOP-controlled Legislature immediately demanded Monday that Democratic governor Laura Kelly require the Continue reading KANSAS – Policy For Online Sales Tax Is Declared Invalid

TEXAS – Consumers Now Paying Sales Tax On Most Online Purchases

Texas shoppers who make online purchases from out-of-state retailers are now paying taxes on most of the transactions. Since Oct. 1, Texas has required out-of-state retailers to charge consumers the state’s sales tax. The Lone Star State joined the cadre Continue reading TEXAS – Consumers Now Paying Sales Tax On Most Online Purchases

North Dakota – June 2019 Sales Tax Newsletter – Legislative Rundown

The latest North Dakota Sales Tax Newsletter is now available at www.nd.gov/tax/newsletters. Inside this issue: 2019 Legislative Rundown HB 1131 – Sales Tax Exemption For Commemorative Coins HB 1205 – Sales Tax Exemption For Fertilizer Or Chemical Processing Plant, Straddle Plant, Continue reading North Dakota – June 2019 Sales Tax Newsletter – Legislative Rundown

California – State To Consider Deleting Annotation Regarding Delivery By Out-Of-State Retailer

A 1957 California Annotation is being considered for deletion because it is “out dated and no longer accurate.” The ruling (220.0060 attached) addressed the term “engaged in business in this state.” The annotation reads, “Due to the uncertainties, we would Continue reading California – State To Consider Deleting Annotation Regarding Delivery By Out-Of-State Retailer

California – Small Retailers Who Sold Through Amazon Are Facing A Tax Time Bomb

Online sales have taken over a growing percentage of the U.S. retail market, accounting for about $1 out of every $7 spent by consumers. But through much of that rise, online sellers had an unfair advantage over brick-and-mortar retailers: They Continue reading California – Small Retailers Who Sold Through Amazon Are Facing A Tax Time Bomb

California – Special Notice – New Use Tax Collection Requirements for Out-of-State Retailers Based on Sales into California Effective April 1, 2019

Beginning April 1, 2019, a retailer located outside of California is required to collect use tax if, during the preceding or current calendar year: The retailer’s sales into California exceed $100,000, or The retailer made sales into California in two Continue reading California – Special Notice – New Use Tax Collection Requirements for Out-of-State Retailers Based on Sales into California Effective April 1, 2019

California – California Moves To Raise Sales Tax Collections From Out-Of-State Retailers

Shoppers looking for a bargain by skipping California sales tax will soon close a loophole that let them buy goods from out-of-state online retailers without immediately paying local taxes. That deal ends on April 1 for thousands of out-of-state online retailers Continue reading California – California Moves To Raise Sales Tax Collections From Out-Of-State Retailers

Colorado – Department Of Revenue Hosting Free Sales Tax Webinars In November

Colorado Department of Revenue/Taxation Division is hosting a series of Webinars and classes during the month of November.  Webinar topics include: Colorado out-of-state Retailers and Colorado in-state Retailers. Classes for businesses with a Colorado sales tax and/or use tax account are Continue reading Colorado – Department Of Revenue Hosting Free Sales Tax Webinars In November

Massachusetts – Directive 17-1 Significant Presence Includes “Cookies”

SALT Report 3897 –  New nexus standards were issued by Massachusetts (Directive 17-1) on, April 3, 2017, which defines electronic signals as tangible personal property including cookies. This purpose of this Directive is to explain the application of the general Continue reading Massachusetts – Directive 17-1 Significant Presence Includes “Cookies”

Ohio – OH Changes to states’ sales, use tax laws will affect companies selling via the web

SMART BUSINESS ON-LINE By: SBN Staff | 1:22am EST March 1, 2017 The rise and proliferation of online commerce has increased the number and value of transactions with out-of-state retailers and in-state customers. A recent court decision has cleared the Continue reading Ohio – OH Changes to states’ sales, use tax laws will affect companies selling via the web