New York – Cuomo Looking To Speed Up Online Sales Tax Proposal

ALBANY, N.Y. (WHEC) — Governor Andrew Cuomo is looking to speed up his online sales tax proposal. The new push would allow the state to collect tax on all online sales starting in June, instead of September. Right now, only Continue reading New York – Cuomo Looking To Speed Up Online Sales Tax Proposal

Alaska – Juneau Residents Now Pay Sales Tax On Most Amazon Purchases

JUNEAU – At the start of the year, Amazon shoppers in Juneau started noticing a new charge on their purchases — city sales tax. After the company made some changes, the majority of Amazon purchases made by Juneau customers will Continue reading Alaska – Juneau Residents Now Pay Sales Tax On Most Amazon Purchases

Alabama – Online Sales Tax Brought In Additional $12 Million During Holidays

An increase in online sales tax collections paid off for Alabama during the busy holiday shopping period. Remote retailers brought in $12 million more in new tax revenue to the state during the 2018 holiday season compared to the same Continue reading Alabama – Online Sales Tax Brought In Additional $12 Million During Holidays

Florida – Online Purchases May Have Petersburg Sales Tax

Like others in Southeast, people in Petersburg may start seeing local sales tax charged on some online purchases. The borough last month heard the first report of such a sales tax charge from online retail giant Amazon and the local Continue reading Florida – Online Purchases May Have Petersburg Sales Tax

Arizona – Online Sales Tax Bill Introduced At Arizona Legislature

New legislation introduced at the Arizona Capitol Wednesday could change the state’s “unfair tax code” and make online retailers subject to Arizona sales tax. Currently, Arizona law only requires retailers with a physical presence in the state to pay sales Continue reading Arizona – Online Sales Tax Bill Introduced At Arizona Legislature

Tennessee: Report: Tennessee Can Collect More Online Sales Taxes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee is unlikely to face a legal challenge should it begin collecting more sales taxes from internet purchases, according to a new state report encouraging the state to take advantage of the possible revenue bump. “If Continue reading Tennessee: Report: Tennessee Can Collect More Online Sales Taxes

Nebraska – Bills Spelling Out Online Sales Tax Collection Hailed As ‘Way Past Due’

LINCOLN — More online sellers would have to collect sales taxes from Nebraska customers under bills heard Thursday by a legislative panel. The trio of proposals appeared to be popular, earning enthusiastic backing from local retailers, business leaders and city Continue reading Nebraska – Bills Spelling Out Online Sales Tax Collection Hailed As ‘Way Past Due’

Multi-State – How To Handle Marketplace Tax & Economic Nexus

A marketplace facilitator is an online marketplace that lists, collects payment, and/or fulfills orders on behalf of a third-party seller. Amazon is probably the first example that comes to mind just because of its massive online presence. However, other online Continue reading Multi-State – How To Handle Marketplace Tax & Economic Nexus

Rhode Island – Raimondo Pushing For Expanded ‘Amazon Tax’ To Help Plug R.I. Budget Gaps

PROVIDENCE — Amid lagging revenues, the Raimondo administration is pushing for fast action by lawmakers on an expanded “Amazon tax” and potentially other revenue-raising measures to start plugging growing budget holes. Gov. Gina Raimondo’s budget team is asking the General Continue reading Rhode Island – Raimondo Pushing For Expanded ‘Amazon Tax’ To Help Plug R.I. Budget Gaps