Oklahoma – March 2021 Sales & Use Tax News Release

CITIES RECEIVE $155.1 MILLIONCOUNTY RETURNS TOTAL $25.5 MILLION The March distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from January business. Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required Continue reading Oklahoma – March 2021 Sales & Use Tax News Release

Wyoming – General Sales and Use Tax Webinar November 19, 2020

Are you a new vendor to Wyoming? Are you expanding? Are you unsure how Wyoming’s statutes apply to your business? Do you know what exemptions your business may qualify for? Do you just need a refresher course on sales/use tax? Continue reading Wyoming – General Sales and Use Tax Webinar November 19, 2020

New Jersey – I sell on eBay. How do I report sales tax collections?

Q. I have a small business and sell exclusively on eBay, which now collects sales tax from the buyers on items sold in a number of states, including New Jersey. In the past, I always reported my total sales, deducted Continue reading New Jersey – I sell on eBay. How do I report sales tax collections?

Oklahoma – April 2020 Sales and Use Tax News Release Actual and Estimated Numbers

The April distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from February business.  Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay electronically.  The monies Continue reading Oklahoma – April 2020 Sales and Use Tax News Release Actual and Estimated Numbers

Colorado – Grand Valley Sales Tax Collections Up For Now

A key measure of sales activity in the Grand Valley continues to increase, although the latest numbers don’t yet reflect the full effects of the coronavirus outbreak. The City of Grand Junction and Mesa County both reported year-over-year increases in Continue reading Colorado – Grand Valley Sales Tax Collections Up For Now

Multi State – New Sales Tax Collection Requirements for Marketplaces

New collection requirements for marketplaces are effective in Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin as of January 1, 2020, with marketplace facilitator laws now enforced in a whopping 39 states (including Washington, D.C.). At this time last year, only seven states required marketplace facilitators to collect and remit Continue reading Multi State – New Sales Tax Collection Requirements for Marketplaces

Louisiana – Lafayette Parish Sales Tax Collections Are Up

With more than $520 million in sales in November, year-to-date taxable sales have reached $5.73 billion. Year-to-date sales are up 4.8% from 2018 and up 9.4% from 2017. In 2019, the past nine months had taxable sales over $500 million Continue reading Louisiana – Lafayette Parish Sales Tax Collections Are Up

New Hampshire – Wayfair Ruling Opened Door for Sales Tax Requests. So Far, Zero Collected

Despite fears that a 2018 Supreme Court decision would open the floodgates on sales tax collection requests from New Hampshire businesses, a report from the N.H. Department of Justice shows that through October 31, not a single tax authority has Continue reading New Hampshire – Wayfair Ruling Opened Door for Sales Tax Requests. So Far, Zero Collected

Illinois – DuPage County Expecting Drop in Sales Tax Revenue Due to COVID-19

DuPage County officials are bracing for a steep decline in sales tax revenue as a result of t COVID-19 crisis. DuPage has a $183.8 million general fund, which includes the budgets of most county offices and departments. Roughly 55% of Continue reading Illinois – DuPage County Expecting Drop in Sales Tax Revenue Due to COVID-19

New York – State Sales Tax Collections Perk Up

Sales tax collections, an important source of revenue for local governments, rose a brisk 6.3% in New York in the quarter ending September 30 compared to the same period a year earlier, new state government data shows. Out of the Continue reading New York – State Sales Tax Collections Perk Up