Texas – Comptroller Glenn Hegar Releases Tax Exemptions and Tax Incidence Report

(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today released the Tax Exemptions and Tax Incidence report, as required by state law. The report estimates the value of each exemption, exclusion, discount, deduction, special accounting method, credit, refund and special appraisal available to payers of Continue reading Texas – Comptroller Glenn Hegar Releases Tax Exemptions and Tax Incidence Report

New Mexico – Taxation and Revenue responds to pandemic, budget challenges

Modified enforcement, improvements to customer service and technology The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department is continuing to find ways to improve its service to New Mexicans amid the challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cabinet Secretary Stephanie Schardin Clarke Continue reading New Mexico – Taxation and Revenue responds to pandemic, budget challenges

Texas – Texas Comptroller’s Office Highlighted in Pandemic Procurement Conference

(AUSTIN) — The Texas Comptroller’s Statewide Procurement Division (SPD) was highlighted for its COVID-19 pandemic response during the recent National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) annual conference. The conference, held in September, showcased the responses of a dozen states to Continue reading Texas – Texas Comptroller’s Office Highlighted in Pandemic Procurement Conference

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