SALT Report 2108-2 On January 12, 2018, the US Supreme Court granted certiorari to the state of South Dakota (Wayfair v South Dakota) in their challenge against the longstanding (or barely standing) physical presence, sales and use tax standard set Continue reading Multistate – Should The US Supreme Court Abrogate Quill?
SALT Report 2018-1 Today the US Supreme Court granted cert in South Dakota’s challenge (South Dakota v. Wayfair) to the longstanding Quill decision (1992). A lot of unanswered questions regarding the nature of nexus will be addressed and could unleash a Continue reading US Supreme Court Grants Certiorari In “Kill Quill” Case – Big News…
SFGate Associated Press October 2, 2017 PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review whether retailers can be required to collect sales taxes in states where they don’t have a physical presence. Attorney General Continue reading South Dakota – State Asks Supreme Court To Take Up Sales Tax Case
SALT Report 3901 – On April 28, 2017, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed House Bill 1129, requiring remote sellers with no physical presence in Indiana to collect, remit, comply with all applicable provisions of the Indiana gross retail tax code Continue reading Indiana – New Definition Of Physical Presence Set To Begin July 1, 2017
SALT Report 3899 – House Bill 19, which is set to take effect July 1, 2017, applies to remote sellers with an annual gross revenue in Wyoming that exceeds $100,000; or if the number of separate transactions delivered into Wyoming is 200 or Continue reading Wyoming – New Definition Of Physical Presence for Remote Sellers Set To Begin July 1st, 2017
Amazon Without Borders in States Seen Drawing High Court: Taxes By Erin McManus – Nov 1, 2013 Online merchants and brick-and-mortar retailers are watching to see if the Supreme Court steps in to erase a patchwork of state laws governing sales-tax collection from Web-based transactions. Continue reading Bloomberg Article – US Supreme Court – Amazon/Overstock