South Dakota – Cities To Lose Millions In Internet Service Tax

RAPID CITY, S.D. Rapid City is expected to lose more than $2 million in state funding over the next two years following the congressional repeal of South Dakota’s tax on internet service. The 2016 Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, which Continue reading South Dakota – Cities To Lose Millions In Internet Service Tax

Utah – Full Sales Tax On Groceries One Possibility As Legislators Discuss Tax Reform

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Utah’s economy is booming and the state has a budget surplus…so why are legislators seeking to change the way the government collects and spends our tax dollars? The simple answer is that Utah’s population is Continue reading Utah – Full Sales Tax On Groceries One Possibility As Legislators Discuss Tax Reform

Arizona – State To Start Collecting Online Sales Taxes

In less than two months, Arizona will begin requiring remote sellers to pay transaction privilege taxes, commonly called sales taxes.The Arizona Department of Revenue is accepting public comment through Aug. 23. Written comments can be submitted to Lisa Querard, ADOR tax policy administrator, by Continue reading Arizona – State To Start Collecting Online Sales Taxes

Multi-State – eBay Forced To Collect Sales Tax In More States In 2019

In July, three more states passed marketplace facilitator laws that will impact sales tax on eBay and other marketplaces. Marketplace facilitator sales tax laws place the requirement to collect sales tax on marketplaces instead of individual sellers. For those sellers Continue reading Multi-State – eBay Forced To Collect Sales Tax In More States In 2019

Kansas – Why Sales Tax Rules in Kansas Matter

The Kansas Department of Revenue has published new sales tax requirements for remote retailers, so if your retail clients do any business into the state you need to pay attention. As of October 1, 2019, all out-of-state sellers making sales Continue reading Kansas – Why Sales Tax Rules in Kansas Matter

Massachusetts – Last Sales Tax Holiday Cost State Up To $38M

Boston – Businesses and consumers in Massachusetts are gearing up for the annual sales tax holiday that arrives this weekend, when the state will forego millions of dollars in revenue in an effort to drive economic activity. The two-day tax Continue reading Massachusetts – Last Sales Tax Holiday Cost State Up To $38M

Michigan – Bills Could Create A ‘Tax Holiday’ For Back To School Shopping In Michigan

LANSING (WILX) (8/14/2019) – It can be expensive to get all the school supplies your children need, so a couple of Michigan lawmakers have introduced legislation to give parents a break. Those bills would create a “tax holiday” on the Continue reading Michigan – Bills Could Create A ‘Tax Holiday’ For Back To School Shopping In Michigan

New Hampshire – Wayfair Supreme Court Decision and Implications for NH Businesses

Devine Millimet and Baker Newman Noyes have brought us their experts to help YOU understand the sales tax requirements under South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Devine Millimet and Baker Newman Noyes have brought us their experts to help YOU understand Continue reading New Hampshire – Wayfair Supreme Court Decision and Implications for NH Businesses

Florida – Joe Gruters Files E-Fairness Bill, This Time With Revenue To Entice

Commerce chair said bill could generate $750 million in recurring revenue. Will this be the year Florida passes legislation charging sales tax for online purchases? State Sen. Joe Gruters once again filed a sales tax bill aimed at leveling the playing field Continue reading Florida – Joe Gruters Files E-Fairness Bill, This Time With Revenue To Entice