Multi-State – The Economic Case For Remote Sales Tax Uniformity

George Isaacson has been watching the results of South Dakota v. Wayfair play out for nearly two years, as states unfurl all kinds of economic nexus and marketplace facilitator policies. Isaacson, a lawyer, Bowdoin College professor, senior partner at Brann & Isaacson and Data Continue reading Multi-State – The Economic Case For Remote Sales Tax Uniformity

New York – State Sets Confusing, Retroactive Sales Tax Policy

If businesses in other states are unsure whether they need to register to collect New York State sales tax, the most recent information published by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance leaves no room for doubt: “If you Continue reading New York – State Sets Confusing, Retroactive Sales Tax Policy

New Hampshire – Wayfair Ruling Opened Door for Sales Tax Requests. So Far, Zero Collected

Despite fears that a 2018 Supreme Court decision would open the floodgates on sales tax collection requests from New Hampshire businesses, a report from the N.H. Department of Justice shows that through October 31, not a single tax authority has Continue reading New Hampshire – Wayfair Ruling Opened Door for Sales Tax Requests. So Far, Zero Collected

Multi-State – Tax-Exempt Corporate Reorganizations For Online Retailers

If you have an online retail business, you may need to speak to tax and corporate counsel regarding a tax-exempt corporate reorganization pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code in order to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 holding in Continue reading Multi-State – Tax-Exempt Corporate Reorganizations For Online Retailers

Minnesota – Wayfair Impacts for Minnesota Sellers – Webinar

The Minnesota Department of Revenue is offering a webinar for Minnesota sellers who may be impacted by the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision. The Wayfair Impacts for Minnesota Sellers webinar is on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 2:00 p.m CST. Continue reading Minnesota – Wayfair Impacts for Minnesota Sellers – Webinar

Florida – State Considers Forcing Collection Of Tax On Online Sales

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CNS) — Florida is losing $700 million a year it is already owed on internet sales. State lawmakers took the first step to begin collecting the money, passing the bill through its first committee Tuesday, but there are Continue reading Florida – State Considers Forcing Collection Of Tax On Online Sales

Alabama – DOR Issues Guidance For Vendors Drop-Shipping Into State and Remote Sellers

The DOR has issued guidance for drop-shipments into Alabama and remote sellers in the Simplified Sellers Use Tax FAQs found on their website. The State of Alabama does not issue sales tax licenses (resale certificates) to remote businesses (no business Continue reading Alabama – DOR Issues Guidance For Vendors Drop-Shipping Into State and Remote Sellers

Arizona – State Enacting Internet Sales Tax

Your orders will now be more expensive You have probably noticed the cost of your online orders increasing this month. It’s not your imagination, Arizona is now enforcing a sales tax for out-of-state and online companies. Azcentral reports the change was implemented Continue reading Arizona – State Enacting Internet Sales Tax

MULTI STATE – Avalara Expands Into New Tax Areas

Avalara has been growing into new fields beyond sales and use taxes, thanks to its successful IPO last year and increased demand from e-commerce vendors in the wake of last year’s Supreme Court decision in the case of South Dakota v. Continue reading MULTI STATE – Avalara Expands Into New Tax Areas

TEXAS – Consumers Now Paying Sales Tax On Most Online Purchases

Texas shoppers who make online purchases from out-of-state retailers are now paying taxes on most of the transactions. Since Oct. 1, Texas has required out-of-state retailers to charge consumers the state’s sales tax. The Lone Star State joined the cadre Continue reading TEXAS – Consumers Now Paying Sales Tax On Most Online Purchases