Illinois-‘Discriminatory’ Sales Tax May Land in Hot Water

Illinois is cruising toward a legal challenge of its Wayfair-inspired laws after the state’s General Assembly finished a short and speedy legislative session without fixing the so-called “Associated Industries problem.” Illinois passed a law last spring making remote sellers subject Continue reading Illinois-‘Discriminatory’ Sales Tax May Land in Hot Water

Wyoming – Recent Tax Law for Online Sales a Boon for Laramie

A law approved by the Wyoming Legislature in 2019 expanded the taxability of online sales, explained city staff to the city council. Jordan reported that since the law went into effect in July 2019 and up until the March 2020 Continue reading Wyoming – Recent Tax Law for Online Sales a Boon for Laramie

Multi-State – Sixteen States Change Online Sales Tax Laws

As of Oct. 1, 2019, four U.S. states have gone live with economic nexus laws that require some remote sellers (i.e., any retailer without a physical presence in that state, such as e-commerce retailers) to charge sales tax. And 14 Continue reading Multi-State – Sixteen States Change Online Sales Tax Laws