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SALT Report 2018-4 – Colorado has rescinded all Revenue Bulletins and Policy Positions previously published by the Department.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.

Multi-State – States Are Getting Aggressive With Remote Sellers

Quarles & Brady LLP Tax Law Alert by David Brunori and Dawn R. Gabel March 19, 2018 In anticipation that the US Supreme Court will make a significant change to the law, many state revenue departments are becoming increasingly aggressive Continue reading Multi-State – States Are Getting Aggressive With Remote Sellers

Multi-State – What Might Wayfair Mean For Me? The Changing Landscape Of State And Local Sales Taxes And Retroactivity Concerns

Pullman & Comley, LLC Tax ALERT March 15, 2018 The rise of the internet retailer has created significant loss of sales tax revenue for state revenue agencies due to the loss of revenue from sales and use tax collected in Continue reading Multi-State – What Might Wayfair Mean For Me? The Changing Landscape Of State And Local Sales Taxes And Retroactivity Concerns

Multi-State – Congress Could Preempt SCOTUS In Online Sales Tax Battle

Forbes TaxTime by Kelly Phillips Erb March 19, 2018 Congress was back at it this week, trying to reach an agreement on spending. Both sides were scrambling to make a deal with the hope that there will be a vote Continue reading Multi-State – Congress Could Preempt SCOTUS In Online Sales Tax Battle

Nebraska – Internet Sales Tax Bill In Nebraska Legislature Dead For This Year After Filibuster

News Channel Nebraska by Martha Stoddard (World-Herald News Service) March 16, 2018 LINCOLN — Online shoppers won’t be forced to pay Nebraska sales taxes this year after the Legislature killed an Internet tax proposal on Thursday. State lawmakers fell two Continue reading Nebraska – Internet Sales Tax Bill In Nebraska Legislature Dead For This Year After Filibuster

Multi-State – White House Signals Commitment To Push For Expanded Online Sales Tax Collections

The Hill by Naomi Jagoda March 20, 2018 The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to let it participate in oral arguments in an online sales tax case being heard next month, signaling the White House’s commitment to pushing Continue reading Multi-State – White House Signals Commitment To Push For Expanded Online Sales Tax Collections

Multi-State – Solicitor General Asserts That States Can Require Online Vendors To Collect And Remit Sales/Use Tax On Online Retail Sales

Squire Patton Boggs The Public Finance Tax Blog by Joes Swearingen March 19, 2018 In January, the Supreme Court granted a writ of certiorari in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair (discussed here).  Wayfair, which will be argued before the Court on April Continue reading Multi-State – Solicitor General Asserts That States Can Require Online Vendors To Collect And Remit Sales/Use Tax On Online Retail Sales

Multi-State – Omnibus Not Expected To Include Online Sales Tax Bill

The Hill by Naomi Jagoda March 19, 2018 Online sales tax legislation is not expected to be included in the omnibus spending bill set for votes this week, lawmakers said Monday evening. “I don’t believe that’s in there,” House Majority Continue reading Multi-State – Omnibus Not Expected To Include Online Sales Tax Bill

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