Rhode Island – Three Landmines In Rhode Island’s Post-Wayfair Sales Tax Law And How To Avoid Them

As expected, Rhode Island enacted legislation effective July 1, 2019 that requires remote retailers, marketplace facilitators, and referrers to register with the Rhode Island Division of Taxation and collect and remit Rhode Island’s 7% sales and use tax. But one Continue reading Rhode Island – Three Landmines In Rhode Island’s Post-Wayfair Sales Tax Law And How To Avoid Them

ALASKA – Amazon Charges Online Sales Tax In Nome

Amazon has purchased a sales tax license from the City of Nome, in effect for the 2019 calendar year. As such, the Nome Code of Ordinances states the company can collect 5% sales tax on all goods being delivered to Continue reading ALASKA – Amazon Charges Online Sales Tax In Nome

MULTI STATE – Wayfair V.S. South Dakota Ruling Impacts remote Commerce Laws

More than 35 states have introduced bills or passed laws over the last year that would permit the collection of sales and use tax on remote transactions previously excluded from state taxation. Recognizing the novel attributes of internet commerce, these Continue reading MULTI STATE – Wayfair V.S. South Dakota Ruling Impacts remote Commerce Laws

Multi State – Wayfair And SST Converge To Shape Remote Sales Tax Legislation

Almost one year ago, the seminal United States Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. (June 21, 2018) shattered a long-standing physical presence rule that prevented states from imposing a sales tax collection obligation on out-of-state sellers. Now, Continue reading Multi State – Wayfair And SST Converge To Shape Remote Sales Tax Legislation

Florida – Wayfair: Formulating A Florida Response

The non-collection of sales taxes on sales to Florida customers by remote (out-of-state) sellers has been the most significant tax compliance and collection issue facing Florida and other states for many years. Remote vendors sell products by the internet, telephone, Continue reading Florida – Wayfair: Formulating A Florida Response

Nevada – Marketplaces To Be Responsible For Tax On Third-Party Sales In Nevada, October 2019

Nevada has enacted legislation requiring marketplace facilitators to collect and remit tax for all sales made through the platform. It’s about the 33rd state to do so (including Washington, D.C.). Remote sellers with economic nexus in Nevada have had a sales tax collection obligation in Continue reading Nevada – Marketplaces To Be Responsible For Tax On Third-Party Sales In Nevada, October 2019

Oklahoma – State Enacts Changes to Economic Nexus Provisions

Effective Date: November 1, 2019 Threshold: $100,000 in aggregate sales of TPP (for remote sellers only) excluding marketplace sales where marketplace collects tax Measurement Date: Preceding or current calendar year Includable Transactions: Taxable sales When You Need to Register Once You Exceed the Threshold: The Continue reading Oklahoma – State Enacts Changes to Economic Nexus Provisions

Colorado – Some Small Sellers In Colorado Are Discontinuing Online Transactions Due To The New Taxation Laws

Some Colorado business owners say they are putting the brakes on web-based sales to avoid burdens imposed by new tax rules in the state. Signed by Gov. Jared Polis last week, House Bill 1240 takes effect June, 8 2019. The Continue reading Colorado – Some Small Sellers In Colorado Are Discontinuing Online Transactions Due To The New Taxation Laws

IDAHO – Check Use Tax On Internet Purchases Before Filing Taxes

You might not be ready to file taxes if you didn’t check those untaxed purchases you made last year – such as items purchased over the Internet. According to the Idaho State Tax Commission, when you purchase items on the Continue reading IDAHO – Check Use Tax On Internet Purchases Before Filing Taxes

Rhode Island – Division of Taxation Releases Latest Newsletter

The Rhode Island Division of Taxation today posted the latest issue of its newsletter. Among the topics: The new law involving remote sellers. Tips for last-minute tax filers. The 10-day rule involving software updates. TDI tax refunds. Rhode Island’s Free Continue reading Rhode Island – Division of Taxation Releases Latest Newsletter