Texas – Tax Amnesty Program Ends June 29, 2018

“The Texas Tax Amnesty Program will, under certain circumstances, provide delinquent taxpayers with relief from penalties and interest on tax due. If a taxpayer has been notified that a period or periods are scheduled for an audit review, or if Continue reading Texas – Tax Amnesty Program Ends June 29, 2018

Multistate – Why Trump’s online store collects sales tax in three states — while Amazon does for 45 states

www.washingtonpost.com By Abha Bhattarai April 9 President Trump has repeatedly taken to Twitter to attack online retailer Amazon.com for paying “little or no taxes” to state and local governments and has called for changes in current laws to require retailers to collect sales tax in Continue reading Multistate – Why Trump’s online store collects sales tax in three states — while Amazon does for 45 states

Multistate – President Trump Tweets About Amazon”…Not A Level Playing Field”

President Trump “Only fools, or worse, are saying that our money losing Post Office makes money with Amazon. THEY LOSE A FORTUNE, and this will be changed. Also, our fully tax paying retailers are closing stores all over the country…not Continue reading Multistate – President Trump Tweets About Amazon”…Not A Level Playing Field”

Colorado – Rescinds All Prior Revenue Bulletins? Bulletin 18-01 Says So.

SALT Report 2018-4 – Colorado has rescinded all Revenue Bulletins and Policy Positions previously published by the Department. Wow. The bulletin recommends relying on the Department’s rules and regulations, which are published by the Secretary of State and if you Continue reading Colorado – Rescinds All Prior Revenue Bulletins? Bulletin 18-01 Says So.

Multistate -US Supreme Court To Hear South Dakota v. Wayfair

SALT Report 2018-4 The US Supreme Court will be hearing oral arguments one month from today on April 17, 2018. This case merits attention from all business and consumers as the force of this decision has the potential to open Continue reading Multistate -US Supreme Court To Hear South Dakota v. Wayfair

Idaho – Legislature OKs South Idaho lawmaker’s internet sales tax bill

www.idahostatejournal.com By GRETEL KAUFFMAN March 17, 2018 BOISE — Senate President Pro-Tem Brent Hill looked out at the chamber of Idaho senators, shocked at their silence. He had just asked for debate on HB 578 — a bill that would Continue reading Idaho – Legislature OKs South Idaho lawmaker’s internet sales tax bill

Idaho – Bill requiring online retailers to collect sales tax heads to senate floor

http://www.kmvt.com By Jeffrey Dahdah | Posted: Sat 11:30 PM, Mar 10, 2018 TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) A bill requiring online retailers to collect and remit sales tax on online purchases is heading to the senate floor. Representative Lance Clow sponsored the bill from the House Continue reading Idaho – Bill requiring online retailers to collect sales tax heads to senate floor

Mnuchin: Trump open to national internet sales tax

www.washingtontimes.com By David Sherfinski – The Washington Times – Tuesday, January 30, 2018 “Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin signaled Tuesday that President Trump is open to an across-the-board internet sales tax — an issue that has bedeviled lawmakers for years and one that’s Continue reading Mnuchin: Trump open to national internet sales tax

Louisiana – Notification Rules Begin January 31, 2018

SALT Report 2018-3 – Pursuant to Revenue Information Bulletin No. 18-006, January 05, 2018 certain out of state retailers will be required to notify instate purchasers of their use tax reporting obligation. The notification rules require the out of state retailer Continue reading Louisiana – Notification Rules Begin January 31, 2018

Supreme Court case could open door on online sales tax … or slam it shut

www.dailyitem.com By John Finnerty l CNHI Harrisburg Reporter “A challenge before the U.S. Supreme Court over a South Dakota law taxing online sales could have dramatic implications in Pennsylvania and across the country. Last year, the state collected just more than Continue reading Supreme Court case could open door on online sales tax … or slam it shut