Texas – Summer Should Show COVID-19 Sales Tax Hit April 27, 2020

Texarkana -Determining the full financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on county governments’ retail sales tax cash flow could remain a guessing game perhaps as far as into the summer. For both Miller and Bowie counties, retail sales tax is one Continue reading Texas – Summer Should Show COVID-19 Sales Tax Hit April 27, 2020

Illinois – Proposed Legislation Would Add 10 Percent Tax On Many Gun Sales

An Illinois lawmaker is proposing an additional 10 percent sales tax on what she calls “assault weapons” but an advocate says her novel definition of the term would mean nearly all firearms would be hit with the tax. A firearm Continue reading Illinois – Proposed Legislation Would Add 10 Percent Tax On Many Gun Sales

Washington – Certain Taxpayer Resource Fees Deemed Exempt from Sales Tax

SALT Report 3888 – The Washington State Department of Revenue has released a determination regarding the taxability of certain educational programs. In summary, they have concluded that Taxpayer’s Resource Fees (inclusive of Library Fees), are for Taxpayer’s Online Educational Programs, Continue reading Washington – Certain Taxpayer Resource Fees Deemed Exempt from Sales Tax