HARRISBURG, PA. Pennsylvania is getting an unexpected windfall as internet sales tax revenues are coming in at a rate of nearly four times what had been projected for the current fiscal year. The state estimated about $50 million from the Continue reading Pennsylvania – State Sees Online Sales Taxes Soar After Court Ruling
Lawmakers rejected most of then-Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s tax plans in 2011, but got behind one of his concepts in their annual budget — a future sales tax rate cut if the state were ever allowed to tax internet sales from Continue reading Rhode Island – Political Scene: Does Internet Revenue Boost Justify A Sales Tax Cut?
Annotation Primary Holding Even if a law does not discriminate on its face against interstate commerce, it is not permissible if the burdens greatly exceed the benefits to local commerce. Facts Bruce Church, Inc. was an agricultural company that operated Continue reading Multistate – Pike v. Bruce Church, Inc., 397 U.S. 137 (1970)
After failing to pass a bill in response to the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision during a special session this summer, Governor Sununu’s office says the legislature should be ready to try again. The GOP-controlled House rejected a bill backed by Sununu that would have Continue reading New Hampshire – State Looks To Take ‘Aggressive’ Position Following SCOTUS Wayfair Sales Tax Ruling
COLUMBUS, Ohio–Last month’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that states can collect sales taxes on online purchases from out-of-state retailers could mean millions in extra money for Ohio counties and transit authorities. But no one is expecting a flood of new local sales Continue reading Ohio – Supreme Court’s Sales-Tax Ruling Could Mean Millions For Ohio Local Governments
Given New Hampshire’s status as one of the few states with virtually no sales tax, not to mention no income tax outside of interest and dividends, the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in the South Dakota v. Wayfair case has Continue reading New Hampshire – State Special Session Called To Mitigate Wayfair Sales Tax Ruling
JULY 12, 2018 By Samantha Fillmore “States can require out-of-state businesses to collect and remit sales taxes on purchases made by in-state consumers, the U.S. Supreme Court decided.” Further information: SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS ONLINE SALES TAX STANDARD
Tax Foundation by Katherine Longhead April 17, 2018 All eyes are on the U.S. Supreme Court as oral arguments begin today in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., a decision anticipated to bring clarity in how and when online Continue reading Multi-State – Growing Number of State Sales Tax Jurisdictions Makes South Dakota v. Wayfair That Much More Imperative
SALT Report 2018-9 – The Rhode Island Department of Taxation has released the following response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision. Rhode Island is a Streamline State with a Notification Law in effect. They are inviting taxpayers to call Continue reading Rhode Island – A Statement From The Tax Administrator In Response To The Wayfair Decision
SALT Report – 2018-8 – The Rhode Island Division of Taxation posted advisory ADV 2018-24 this morning to provide registration information for remote sellers in light of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair.