New York – Cuomo Looking To Speed Up Online Sales Tax Proposal

ALBANY, N.Y. (WHEC) — Governor Andrew Cuomo is looking to speed up his online sales tax proposal. The new push would allow the state to collect tax on all online sales starting in June, instead of September. Right now, only Continue reading New York – Cuomo Looking To Speed Up Online Sales Tax Proposal

Multi-State – Online Sellers Crowdsource Sales Tax Compliance Advice

Third-party e-commerce sellers have been discussing tax advice online in the face of a patchwork of state remote sales tax laws. Among the sellers posting on forums for Amazon.com Inc. and eBay sellers, the general sense seems to be confusion Continue reading Multi-State – Online Sellers Crowdsource Sales Tax Compliance Advice

West Virginia – Likely to pass Home Rule permanently, Senate Bill #4.

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.

Oklahoma – Edmond Sales Tax Collections Increased By 5.9 Percent Over January 2018

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

Alaska – Juneau Residents Now Pay Sales Tax On Most Amazon Purchases

JUNEAU – At the start of the year, Amazon shoppers in Juneau started noticing a new charge on their purchases — city sales tax. After the company made some changes, the majority of Amazon purchases made by Juneau customers will Continue reading Alaska – Juneau Residents Now Pay Sales Tax On Most Amazon Purchases

Alabama – Online Sales Tax Brought In Additional $12 Million During Holidays

An increase in online sales tax collections paid off for Alabama during the busy holiday shopping period. Remote retailers brought in $12 million more in new tax revenue to the state during the 2018 holiday season compared to the same Continue reading Alabama – Online Sales Tax Brought In Additional $12 Million During Holidays

Florida – Online Purchases May Have Petersburg Sales Tax

Like others in Southeast, people in Petersburg may start seeing local sales tax charged on some online purchases. The borough last month heard the first report of such a sales tax charge from online retail giant Amazon and the local Continue reading Florida – Online Purchases May Have Petersburg Sales Tax

Tennessee – Among states collecting online sales tax

If you haven’t received your credit card bills for holiday shopping purchases, prepare to brace yourself, especially if you shopped online. A caller to the Cleveland Daily Banner recently – and angrily – shared that she had been charged sales Continue reading Tennessee – Among states collecting online sales tax

Arizona – Online Sales Tax Bill Introduced At Arizona Legislature

New legislation introduced at the Arizona Capitol Wednesday could change the state’s “unfair tax code” and make online retailers subject to Arizona sales tax. Currently, Arizona law only requires retailers with a physical presence in the state to pay sales Continue reading Arizona – Online Sales Tax Bill Introduced At Arizona Legislature