Rhode Island state representative, Joseph Solomon proposes a tax exempt weekend for items less than $2,500 in value. Solomon Insists hotel and restaurant taxes will make up for the close to 5 million dollar loss in sales tax funds. The Continue reading Rhode Island – Law Makers Propose A Sales Tax Holiday Weekend
“Senate Bill 533”, would require short-term rental sites to collect the 6% Maryland sales and use tax at the time of booking and remit the fees to the state. Hotel owners have a 6% price disadvantage until this bill is Continue reading Maryland – “SB533” Short-Term Rental Sites Are To Collect Maryland Sales And Use Tax
Governor Phil Scott will join personnel from the Vermont Department of Taxes, the Department of Economic Development, and the Department of Marketing and Tourism at a roundtable discussion on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. It will be held from 3:00-4:30 p.m. at: Randolph Village Fire Department2 Central StreetRandolph, VermontThe roundtable discussion Continue reading Vermont – Roundtable Discussion on Tax, Economic Development, and Legislation
The Legislature’s Revenue Committee on Thursday sent a bill to the floor to provide for collection of state sales taxes already owed for online purchases and prepared to launch property tax discussions early next month. The amended proposal (LB284) introduced Continue reading Nebraska – Online Sales Tax Bill Moves Ahead; Property Tax Talks Loom
ENexus Thresholds As Of February 21, 2019 Ref No. State Enforcement Date Dollars of Sales Number of Sales ENexus Threshold 1 TN 1/1/2017 $500,000 0 500/0 2 RI 8/1/2017 $100,000 200 100/200 3 MA 10/1/2017 $500,000 100 500/100 4 OH Continue reading ENexus Thresholds February 21, 2019
The Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program has been replaced with senate bill #4. West Virginia Is conducting a Home Rule Pilot Plan which is due to end during mid 2019, then will likely be permanently switched to Home Rule. “Executive Continue reading West Virginia – Likely to pass Home Rule permanently, Senate Bill #4.
Edmond Sun As of December 31, 2018, the city of Edmond has had a 5.9% sales tax increase over the course of the month of January. Edmond Currently is 8.9% above fiscal year 2017 with consideration to sales and use tax revenues. City Continue reading Oklahoma – Edmond Sales Tax Collections Increased By 5.9 Percent Over January 2018
With the newly elected Senator Jennifer Boysko comes newfound ideas, one of which being “The Dignity Act”. Stating “it’s not a luxury” but rather a necessity for women to use menstrual products, the bill will exempt menstrual products from state Continue reading CA – Senate Proposes Bill To Exempt Menstrual Products From Sales Tax.
CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s latest economic forecast shows the drop in oil prices to end 2018 will mean a serious blow to the state’s overall revenue picture. The January report from the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group estimates $125.1 million less in Continue reading Wyoming – Wyoming revenue forecast drops from October
“This is the first November and first holiday season Alabama has been able to enforce is online sales tax collections”, as a result of this much more revenue is flowing into the state. this new enforcement also made is possible Continue reading Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax