South Dakota – State Vows To ‘Educate, Then Enforce’ On Remote Seller Sales Tax

PIERRE — The South Dakota Department of Revenue recently asked the state’s citizens to report online retailers who aren’t collecting sales taxes, and to make sure that citizens themselves are paying the tax on goods they buy if the seller Continue reading South Dakota – State Vows To ‘Educate, Then Enforce’ On Remote Seller Sales Tax

Iowa – IDR State Tax Reform Guidance: Remote Sellers & Marketplace Facilitators

On May 30, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed Senate File 2417, an extensive state tax reform bill to improve the tax structure in Iowa. This law modernizes and expands the types of businesses required to collect Iowa sales tax and Continue reading Iowa – IDR State Tax Reform Guidance: Remote Sellers & Marketplace Facilitators

Nebraska – State Will Begin Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus January 1, 2019

REMOTE SELLERS – WAYFAIR DECISION On June 21, 2018, the United State Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that sellers can be required to collect sales taxes in states where the sellers do not have physical presence, overruling Continue reading Nebraska – State Will Begin Enforcing Sales Tax ENexus January 1, 2019

South Dakota – State Prepares To Collect Sales Taxes On Remote Sellers

PIERRE, S.D. – On November 1, South Dakota begins applying sales taxes to purchases of goods and services from businesses that don’t have a physical presence within the state’s borders.  Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s budget chief doesn’t know what to expect. Continue reading South Dakota – State Prepares To Collect Sales Taxes On Remote Sellers

Minnesota – eBay Adds Minnesota To States For Which It Will Collect Sales Tax

eBay announced today that starting January 1, 2019, the marketplace will start collection sales tax for shipments from remote sellers (out-of-state sellers) going to residents in Minnesota. Minnesota sellers will continue to be responsible for adhering to sales tax collection laws Continue reading Minnesota – eBay Adds Minnesota To States For Which It Will Collect Sales Tax

Multi-State – State of Wayfair: Who Could Face Audits?

How have audits changed, post-Wayfair? The answer supplied by a snap survey of states is that states are more likely to audit the person or entity that is registering, collecting, and remitting taxes on remote sales under the various economic Continue reading Multi-State – State of Wayfair: Who Could Face Audits?

Oklahoma – Press Release: Any Retailer Who Makes Sales In Oklahoma Is Now Required To Remit Sales Tax

Any retailer who makes sales in the state of Oklahoma is now required to remit sales tax to the Oklahoma Tax Commission regardless of whether the company has a physical presence in the state. For the Full Press Release: Oklahoma Continue reading Oklahoma – Press Release: Any Retailer Who Makes Sales In Oklahoma Is Now Required To Remit Sales Tax

Utah – Requirements To Collect Sales And Use Tax By Remote (Out-of-State) Sellers Is Effective For Sales Occurring On Or After Jan. 1, 2019

After the Wayfair decision, the Utah Legislature passed SB 2001, Online Sales Tax Amendments, which expands the sales tax responsibilities of remote sellers. SB 2001 requires a remote seller to collect and pay Utah sales tax if, in either the previous Continue reading Utah – Requirements To Collect Sales And Use Tax By Remote (Out-of-State) Sellers Is Effective For Sales Occurring On Or After Jan. 1, 2019

North Carolina – Remote Sellers Exceeding Thresholds Must Register To Collect And Remit Effective November 1, 2018

All remote sellers having gross sales in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) sourced to North Carolina or two hundred (200) or more separate transactions sourced to North Carolina in the previous or current calendar year (collectively “Threshold”) must Continue reading North Carolina – Remote Sellers Exceeding Thresholds Must Register To Collect And Remit Effective November 1, 2018

West Virginia – State Issues Administrative Notice 2018-18-Sales And Use Tax Collection To Begin On Remote Sellers On Or After January 1, 2019

Beginning January 1, 2019, remote sellers, as defined below, will need to collect West Virginia State and municipal sales and use taxes on sales delivered in West Virginia on or after January 1, 2019, unless the small-seller exception applies. “Remote Continue reading West Virginia – State Issues Administrative Notice 2018-18-Sales And Use Tax Collection To Begin On Remote Sellers On Or After January 1, 2019