Alabama – Department Of Revenue Responds To The COVID-19 Outbreak

The Alabama Department of Revenue is monitoring developments pertaining to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is following guidance from federal and state officials. We understand the public may have some concerns and uncertainty pertaining to COVID-19 and the Department is committed Continue reading Alabama – Department Of Revenue Responds To The COVID-19 Outbreak

South Dakota – Department of Revenue Services Available Via Website Due To CV19

Offices aren’t open, but South Dakota Department of Revenue staff are working to assist South Dakotans. Services such as vehicle registration, license plate decals, reporting the sale of a vehicle and more can be accessed at mysdcars.sd.gov. You can renew your Continue reading South Dakota – Department of Revenue Services Available Via Website Due To CV19

ALASKA – Response To COVID 19 Outbreak Until March 31, 2020 Health Mandate 002

March 16, 2020 (Anchorage, AK) – Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy, with the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) today issued the State of Alaska’s COVID-19 Health Mandate 002 to prevent and slow the spread of the coronavirus. The mandate Continue reading ALASKA – Response To COVID 19 Outbreak Until March 31, 2020 Health Mandate 002

California – CDTFA Reports Cannabis Tax Revenues of $172.7 million for the Fourth Quarter of 2019

Sacramento – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) reported revenue numbers today for cannabis sales for the 4th quarter of 2019. As of February 18, 2020, California’s cannabis excise tax generated $84.4 million in revenue reported on the Continue reading California – CDTFA Reports Cannabis Tax Revenues of $172.7 million for the Fourth Quarter of 2019

California – Measure G, Sales Tax To Boost Firefighting Efforts, Appears Headed For Defeat

A permanent half-cent sales tax increase to bolster the budgets of dozens of large and small local firefighting agencies in Sonoma County appeared to be headed for a defeat with every precinct counted Wednesday morning. Measure G had received the Continue reading California – Measure G, Sales Tax To Boost Firefighting Efforts, Appears Headed For Defeat

South Carolina – Upstate Leaders Introduce Bill That Would Remove Sales Tax For School Security Purchases

School security has changed drastically in the past several decades, and those changes have come with a price tag. Radio equipment, lock systems and security cameras can cost schools a hefty sum. In an effort to lessen the burden for Continue reading South Carolina – Upstate Leaders Introduce Bill That Would Remove Sales Tax For School Security Purchases

Minnesota – Cleaning Service Owners Charged With 45 Sales Tax Crimes

The St. Paul pair failed to pay more than $50,000 in sales tax. A married couple have been charged with 45 felonies for failing to pay sales tax through the cleaning service they ran together. The charges have been brought Continue reading Minnesota – Cleaning Service Owners Charged With 45 Sales Tax Crimes

CALIFORNIA – Sales and use tax exemptions: trucks for use in interstate or out-of-state commerce

Assembly bill 321 allows certain sales and use tax exemptions for the storage, use, other consumption, of re-manufactured trucks with an unladen weight of 6,000 pounds. Read More Here: Assembly Bill 321 California Department of tax and fee administration

Connecticut – Lawmaker Proposes 35% Tax On Ammunition Sales To Fund Gun Violence Prevention

State Rep. Jillian Gilchrest, D-West Hartford, has reintroduced a proposal to impose a significant tax on ammunition sales and use the money to fund gun violence prevention and reduction efforts. Gilchrest’s bill, published Monday, calls for a 35% excise tax. A Continue reading Connecticut – Lawmaker Proposes 35% Tax On Ammunition Sales To Fund Gun Violence Prevention

Kansas – Editorial: Streaming Tax Questions Outweigh Potential For Now

Gov. Laura Kelly seems determined to fix the revenue disaster left by previous administrations. It’s likely what got her elected and we readily admit this won’t be an easy task. Her recent proposed budget of $7.8 billion aims to send Continue reading Kansas – Editorial: Streaming Tax Questions Outweigh Potential For Now