South Dakota – Analysts Warn SD Lawmakers Of Dip In Sales, Use Tax Revenues

Both Terwilliger and Mehlhaff agreed on one prediction, though: That sales and use tax collections in Fiscal 2020 will be lower than the Legislature budgeted for in March. The BFM in its interim report forecasts $1.06 billion in sales and Continue reading South Dakota – Analysts Warn SD Lawmakers Of Dip In Sales, Use Tax Revenues

South Dakota – South Dakota state government achieved most of 2019 budget surplus from savings

Terwilliger said the 2019 budget didn’t reflect any additional sales and use tax revenue from remote sellers and marketplaces that use the Internet to sell products and services to South Dakota. The state law requiring remote sellers to report their Continue reading South Dakota – South Dakota state government achieved most of 2019 budget surplus from savings

MULTI STATE – Wayfair V.S. South Dakota Ruling Impacts remote Commerce Laws

More than 35 states have introduced bills or passed laws over the last year that would permit the collection of sales and use tax on remote transactions previously excluded from state taxation. Recognizing the novel attributes of internet commerce, these Continue reading MULTI STATE – Wayfair V.S. South Dakota Ruling Impacts remote Commerce Laws

South Dakota – Online Ruling Boosts Sales Tax Revenue

South Dakota has seen an uptick in sales tax revenue following a June 2018 Supreme Court decision that allows it to collect money from online retailers. A new law following that decision , which requires online businesses to pay sales Continue reading South Dakota – Online Ruling Boosts Sales Tax Revenue

North Dakota – Border Sales Tax Workshops in May and June 2019

The North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner teams up once per year with both the Minnesota Department of Revenue and the South Dakota Department of Revenue to hold sales tax workshops for those who conduct business across state borders. 2019 workshop dates are Continue reading North Dakota – Border Sales Tax Workshops in May and June 2019

South Dakota – Privacy Cloaks Some Sales-Tax Evaders

Journal loses appeal seeking greater transparency After a South Dakota court orders a sales-tax evader to pay up, a question lingers. Was the money ever paid? The answer in many cases is confidential, according to a recent ruling against the Continue reading South Dakota – Privacy Cloaks Some Sales-Tax Evaders

IDAHO – Senate OKs Bill To Collect Sales Tax On Online Retail Sales

Despite some hesitation about the creation of a new Idaho tax relief fund, the Senate agreed Thursday to pass a bill giving the state the authority to collect internet sales and use tax, which would then be funneled into the Continue reading IDAHO – Senate OKs Bill To Collect Sales Tax On Online Retail Sales

South Dakota – Sales Taxes: New Requirements For Marketplace Providers In S. Dakota

Certain remote sellers have been compelled to collect and remit sales tax on their sales into South Dakota since November 1, 2018. Starting March 1, 2019, a similar requirement will fall on the shoulders of certain marketplace facilitators. Other states may Continue reading South Dakota – Sales Taxes: New Requirements For Marketplace Providers In S. Dakota

South Dakota – Lawmakers Debate Pair Of Sales Tax Cut Bills

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota lawmakers are debating competing measures to address the Legislature’s commitment to scale back a 2016 sales tax hike. The state House voted narrowly Monday to advance a bill that would incrementally roll back the half-cent Continue reading South Dakota – Lawmakers Debate Pair Of Sales Tax Cut Bills

South Dakota – State Vows To ‘Educate, Then Enforce’ On Remote Seller Sales Tax

PIERRE — The South Dakota Department of Revenue recently asked the state’s citizens to report online retailers who aren’t collecting sales taxes, and to make sure that citizens themselves are paying the tax on goods they buy if the seller Continue reading South Dakota – State Vows To ‘Educate, Then Enforce’ On Remote Seller Sales Tax