Ohio – Supreme Court’s Sales-Tax Ruling Could Mean Millions For Ohio Local Governments

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

New Hampshire – State Special Session Called To Mitigate Wayfair Sales Tax Ruling

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

Multistate – SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS ONLINE SALES TAX STANDARD

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

Multi-State – Growing Number of State Sales Tax Jurisdictions Makes South Dakota v. Wayfair That Much More Imperative

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

Rhode Island – A Statement From The Tax Administrator In Response To The Wayfair Decision

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

Rhode Island – Division Reminds Remote Sellers About Registration Options

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.

Illinois – U.S. Supreme Court Decision Opens Door For Repeal Of Obscure Illinois Tax

Illinois Policy Institute by Adam Schuster and Travis Nix June 23, 2018 Illinois is expected to raise an additional $200 million in sales tax revenue due to changes in the new state budget and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Continue reading Illinois – U.S. Supreme Court Decision Opens Door For Repeal Of Obscure Illinois Tax

New Mexico – State Is Considering Online Sales Tax

Santa Fe New Mexican by Joseph Ditzler June 22, 2018 New Mexico officials are studying how to take advantage of this week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing states to tax internet sales, a potential windfall for state government that also Continue reading New Mexico – State Is Considering Online Sales Tax

Maryland – Save It, Spend It Or Give It Back? Future Online Sales Tax Windfall Stirs Debate In Maryland

The Baltimore Sun by Michael Dresser June 22, 2018 A U.S. Supreme Court decision that could give Maryland $100 million or more in unexpected tax revenue is likely to present state elected officials with a welcome but difficult choice next Continue reading Maryland – Save It, Spend It Or Give It Back? Future Online Sales Tax Windfall Stirs Debate In Maryland

New Hampshire – N.H. Officials Respond To SCOTUS Decision On Internet Sales Tax

NHPR by Rick Ganley & Mary McIntyre June 25, 2018 A major U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week could force New Hampshire businesses to collect a sales tax on behalf of other states. The ruling in the case of South Dakota Continue reading New Hampshire – N.H. Officials Respond To SCOTUS Decision On Internet Sales Tax