Software as a Service (SaaS) Sales tax in the US can be complicated, to say the least. While the inherent SaaS business model allows for easy selling across the globe, it also adds complexity of understanding the nuances of global/local Continue reading Multistate – Simplifying Sales Tax for SaaS in the US
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation reminds tax professionals, tax software providers, businesses, and others about a tax change that will take effect on Monday, October 1, 2018. On and after that date, the sale, storage, use, Continue reading Rhode Island – Reminder: SAAS Subject To Sales Tax Beginning Monday, October 1, 2018.
SALT Report 3181 – License exemption pursuant to section 130.1935(a)(1)(A) requires signature. Most software is licensed over the internet with “customer checking a box that states they accept the license terms. Acceptance in this manner does not constitute a written Continue reading Illinois – SAAS Taxability Discussed Signature Required.
SALT Report 3154 – New York released an advisory opinion addressing the taxability of “hosted software and related services. Lumps sum charges for software access are taxable and reasonable separately stated related services could be exempt. In summary, the advisory Continue reading New York – Hosted Software and Related Services (Advisory Opinion)
SALT Report 2849 – The Wisconsin Department of Revenue revised its sales and use tax publication for computer hardware, software, and services to clarify that Software as a Service (SaaS) and Application Service Provider (ASP) services are nontaxable unless the Continue reading Wisconsin – Taxability of Software Services Provided Over the Internet Clarified
SALT Report 2715 – The New Jersey Division of Taxation issued guidance regarding the application of sales and use tax to sales of cloud computing services. Cloud computing services are those that allow a customer to access and use software Continue reading New Jersey – Taxability of Cloud Computing Services