South Dakota – MUNICIPAL SALES TAXES TO GO UNCHANGED

All South Dakota municipal sales tax rates will remain the same on January 1, 2021.    South Dakota municipalities may implement new tax rates or change existing tax rates January 1 or July 1 each year.  The South Dakota Department Continue reading South Dakota – MUNICIPAL SALES TAXES TO GO UNCHANGED

South Dakota – Grandfather Clause Expires And State No Longer Taxes Internet Access Charges Starting July 1, 2020

The Internet Tax Freedom Act of 1998 temporarily stopped states and local governments from imposing new taxes on Internet access and multiple or discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce. The Act had a grandfather clause allowing states that already taxed Internet Continue reading South Dakota – Grandfather Clause Expires And State No Longer Taxes Internet Access Charges Starting July 1, 2020

South Dakota – COVID-19 Will Likely Infect Sales Tax, Use Revenue

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads through South Dakota so does its potential negative economic impact on city and state budgets. Gov. Kristi Noem has already said in at least one news conference that in June, the Legislature would address sales Continue reading South Dakota – COVID-19 Will Likely Infect Sales Tax, Use Revenue

South Dakota – Department of Revenue Services Available Via Website Due To CV19

Offices aren’t open, but South Dakota Department of Revenue staff are working to assist South Dakotans. Services such as vehicle registration, license plate decals, reporting the sale of a vehicle and more can be accessed at mysdcars.sd.gov. You can renew your Continue reading South Dakota – Department of Revenue Services Available Via Website Due To CV19

SOUTH DAKOTA – Turning Marketplace Facilitators Into Tax Collectors

While most states have been busy retooling their sales tax on remote sellers to conform to the standards set forth by the Supreme Court in its Wayfair decision, the current activity is centered in the marketplace facilitator arena, with more Continue reading SOUTH DAKOTA – Turning Marketplace Facilitators Into Tax Collectors

South Dakota – Governor Calls Special Legislative Session on Sales Tax Law

After the high court ruling in South Dakota’s favor, Consumers are to see online sales tax on more online purchases. “Gov. Dennis Daugaard is calling a special legislative session to speed up implementation of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing states Continue reading South Dakota – Governor Calls Special Legislative Session on Sales Tax Law