West Virginia – Gov. Justice Issues Statement In Response To U.S. Supreme Court Sales Tax Decision

Office of the Governor West Virginia June 21, 2018 CHARLESTON, WV – The United States Supreme Court decision today in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., et. al., allows states to pass laws requiring out-of-state retailers to collect state sales taxes from Continue reading West Virginia – Gov. Justice Issues Statement In Response To U.S. Supreme Court Sales Tax Decision

Multi-State – Chief Justice Roberts Explains Why Congress Needs To Act On Internet Sales Tax

The Daily Signal by Scott French and Elizabeth Slattery June 25, 2018 In a major blow to the e-commerce industry and small businesses, the Supreme Court held Thursday that out-of-state online retailers can be required to collect and remit state sales Continue reading Multi-State – Chief Justice Roberts Explains Why Congress Needs To Act On Internet Sales Tax

Multi-State – Wayfair Reaction

The New York Times by Adam Liptak June 21, 2018 WASHINGTON — Internet retailers can be required to collect sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence, the Supreme Court ruledon Thursday. Brick-and-mortar businesses have long complained that they Continue reading Multi-State – Wayfair Reaction

Multi-State – States Plan For A Post-Wayfair World

accountingToday by Roger Russell May 15, 2018 On the heels of the Supreme Court hearing in Wayfair v. South Dakota, but before any decision has been made public, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal got a jump on the court by quietly signing Continue reading Multi-State – States Plan For A Post-Wayfair World

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 – 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 – 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

Louisiana – Notification Rules Begin January 31, 2018

SALT Report 2018-3 – Pursuant to Revenue Information Bulletin No. 18-006, January 05, 2018 certain out of state retailers will be required to notify instate purchasers of their use tax reporting obligation. The notification rules require the out of state retailer Continue reading Louisiana – Notification Rules Begin January 31, 2018

Supreme Court case could open door on online sales tax … or slam it shut

www.dailyitem.com By John Finnerty l CNHI Harrisburg Reporter “A challenge before the U.S. Supreme Court over a South Dakota law taxing online sales could have dramatic implications in Pennsylvania and across the country. Last year, the state collected just more than Continue reading Supreme Court case could open door on online sales tax … or slam it shut

Multistate – Should The US Supreme Court Abrogate Quill?

SALT Report 2108-2 On January 12, 2018, the US Supreme Court granted certiorari to the state of South Dakota (Wayfair v South Dakota) in their challenge against the longstanding (or barely standing) physical presence, sales and use tax standard set Continue reading Multistate – Should The US Supreme Court Abrogate Quill?