Multistate – State of Wayfair: N.H. Has Its Eye on Sales Tax States (Corrected)

The June 21 South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling—which tossed outQuill Corp. v. North Dakota, the Supreme Court’s 1992 physical presence threshold for when states could tax remote sales—has many states looking to expand their authority over online sales taxation. The majority in the Continue reading Multistate – State of Wayfair: N.H. Has Its Eye on Sales Tax States (Corrected)

California – State Tax Agency Gives Businesses Access To The Wrong Accounts

Accountants and business owners across California received emails from the state tax department this week that gave them access to confidential information regarding companies that were not theirs. The messages alarmed accountants who worried someone would misuse the access and Continue reading California – State Tax Agency Gives Businesses Access To The Wrong Accounts

Colorado – Mead Board of Trustees Submits Sales Tax Increase On November ballot

The Mead Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday to send a one percent sales and use tax hike question to voters on the November ballot that, if passed, would help fund the town’s fledgling police department and road repairs. The Continue reading Colorado – Mead Board of Trustees Submits Sales Tax Increase On November ballot

Colorado – Response To Wayfair Notification Rule $100,000 Enforcement July 1, 2017

$100,000 threshold for Non Collecting Retailers (Notification Rule Enforcing July 1, 2017). The “Other Supreme Court Case” DMA v. Brohl” snuck up to SCOTUS and withstood the test of technicalities. Colorado prevailed in their contested Notification Rule released for collection Continue reading Colorado – Response To Wayfair Notification Rule $100,000 Enforcement July 1, 2017

Virginia – Exemption Certificates: Certain Types Of Sod Are Exempt From Sales Tax

“Virginia Code § 58.1-623 A states that all sales or leases are subject to the tax until the contrary is established. The burden of proving that a sale, distribution, lease, or storage of tangible personal property is not taxable is upon Continue reading Virginia – Exemption Certificates: Certain Types Of Sod Are Exempt From Sales Tax

New Hampshire – Capital Beat: Wanted: A Plan B For Online Sales Tax Legislation

It took mere minutes last month for the House to strike down a long-anticipated proposal by Gov. Chris Sununu to protect New Hampshire businesses from online sales taxes. Weeks later, the Legislature is still struggling to come up with a Continue reading New Hampshire – Capital Beat: Wanted: A Plan B For Online Sales Tax Legislation

Nebraska – Fiscal Year Begins With More Revenue Than Expected

“The Department of Revenue reported Wednesday that the state collected $280 million in net revenue in July, which is nearly 8 percent above the state’s certified forecast of $260 million. The state projections were set by the Nebraska Economic Forecasting Continue reading Nebraska – Fiscal Year Begins With More Revenue Than Expected

Idaho – Out Of State Retailers Required To Collect Idaho Sales Tax

A new state law requires certain out-of-state retailers to collect Idaho sales tax on their sales to Idaho customers. The Tax Commission has contacted 500 out-of-state retailers about compliance with Idaho’s new law. More Information Information For Out Of State Continue reading Idaho – Out Of State Retailers Required To Collect Idaho Sales Tax

Louisiana – To Ramp Up Online Sales Tax Collections Following Wayfair Ruling

The state, in the wake of the South Dakota v. Wayfair U.S. Supreme Court decision, has set a self-imposed Jan. 1 deadline to have the necessary software in place for remote sellers to begin collecting and remitting Louisiana state sales taxes Louisiana, Continue reading Louisiana – To Ramp Up Online Sales Tax Collections Following Wayfair Ruling

California – Proposed Bill A2A Sets Economic Nexus Threshold At $500,000

The proposal from Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) administration, obtained by Bloomberg Tax, would include a $500,000 economic nexus threshold—one of the highest a state has proposed so far—in addition to language requiring marketplace facilitators to collect and remit. Learn more here – Continue reading California – Proposed Bill A2A Sets Economic Nexus Threshold At $500,000