California- Video – Additional Relief for Business Taxpayers until July 31, 2020

As of March 30, 2020, the CTDFA is providing a three-month extension for tax return or tax payment to any businesses filing a return for less than $1 million in tax. Small businesses have until July 31, 2020 to file Continue reading California- Video – Additional Relief for Business Taxpayers until July 31, 2020

Multi-State – Kudlow Calls For Tax, Regulatory Breaks as He Sees Worse Growth in Second Quarter April 29 ,2020

Capitol Report — Top White House economist Larry Kudlow on Wednesday called for measures including a payroll-tax holiday and deregulation for small businesses, as he said growth would be worse in the second quarter than the first.  Kudlow, who heads the Continue reading Multi-State – Kudlow Calls For Tax, Regulatory Breaks as He Sees Worse Growth in Second Quarter April 29 ,2020

Florida- Small Businesses Looking to Expand Bridge Loan Program

Florida Democrats say they’re curious about the vetting process that resulted in just 1,000 small businesses receiving emergency bridge loans from the state to keep them afloat through the coronavirus pandemic. More than 38,000 applied for the bridge loan program which Continue reading Florida- Small Businesses Looking to Expand Bridge Loan Program

AICPA-Led Coalition Calls for Small Business Funding

An AICPA-led coalition including payroll processors Paychex and Intuit as well as the International Franchise Association is calling for a federal funding mechanism to help small businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak make payroll. “As the federal government focuses its Continue reading AICPA-Led Coalition Calls for Small Business Funding

South Carolina – Customers Now Are Paying Millions Of Dollars More To Shop Online

South Carolina – Customers Now Are Paying Millions Of Dollars More To Shop Online. 3,089 newly licensed businesses in the state. Continue reading South Carolina – Customers Now Are Paying Millions Of Dollars More To Shop Online

Arizona – State’s Messy Tax System Hampers Small Businesses Battling Online Retailers For Tax Fairness

PHOENIX – Arizona small business owners are fighting for sales tax equality with online retailers, similar to 39 other states trying to collect taxes on goods that consumers buy online. But experts said Arizona’s tax system complicates the situation. A bill Continue reading Arizona – State’s Messy Tax System Hampers Small Businesses Battling Online Retailers For Tax Fairness

Colorado – Senate Committee OKs Bill To Simplify State Sales-Tax System

The Colorado Department of Revenue would create a simplified sales and use tax computer system that businesses could access to determine point-of-delivery sales taxes under a bill that won approval in a legislative committee Tuesday. Such a system is needed Continue reading Colorado – Senate Committee OKs Bill To Simplify State Sales-Tax System

Multi-State – The Ultimate Guide to States With Laws Requiring Collection Of Internet Sales Tax

As of June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court changed the laws regarding the collection of sales tax by internet sellers. The Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., established that individual states can require ecommerce retailers to collect Continue reading Multi-State – The Ultimate Guide to States With Laws Requiring Collection Of Internet Sales Tax

New York – NYCEDC Launches New Sales Tax Exemption Program to Support Small Business Retailers And Industrial Businesses In Highly Distressed Areas

New York City Industrial Development Agency’s ASTEP program will lower costs of construction, upgrades or expansions for eligible businesses New York, NY – New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today launched the Accelerated Sales Tax Exemption Program (ASTEP) to Continue reading New York – NYCEDC Launches New Sales Tax Exemption Program to Support Small Business Retailers And Industrial Businesses In Highly Distressed Areas

Multi-state – Doing Business in Different Places Creates Financial Hurdles

www.news.yahoo.com by Joyce Rosenberg – March 24, 2016 “As small companies expand their business into more towns, cities and states, that growth often brings higher expenses from taxes and other government obligations. Many companies find they have new fees to Continue reading Multi-state – Doing Business in Different Places Creates Financial Hurdles