California – State Publishes Use Tax Collection Requirements Based On Sales Into California Due To The Wayfair Decision

Beginning April 1, 2019, retailers located outside of California are required to register with the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA), collect the California use tax, and pay the tax to the CDTFA based on the amount of Continue reading California – State Publishes Use Tax Collection Requirements Based On Sales Into California Due To The Wayfair Decision

California – California Moves To Raise Sales Tax Collections From Out-Of-State Retailers

Shoppers looking for a bargain by skipping California sales tax will soon close a loophole that let them buy goods from out-of-state online retailers without immediately paying local taxes. That deal ends on April 1 for thousands of out-of-state online retailers Continue reading California – California Moves To Raise Sales Tax Collections From Out-Of-State Retailers

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

Multi-State – Kuster Leads Bipartisan Call To Prevent Online Sales Tax For Small Businesses

Dec 7, 2018 | Press Release **Kuster has pushed for legislation to protect small businesses from an online sales tax** (Washington, DC) – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) has brought together both Democrats and Republicans to call for a one-year moratorium Continue reading Multi-State – Kuster Leads Bipartisan Call To Prevent Online Sales Tax For Small Businesses

Colorado – Grace Period Extended For New Sales Tax Rules

Colorado Department of Revenue Executive Director Mike Hartman issued the following statement on Thursday regarding proposed sales tax rules to implement the U.S. Supreme Court’s South Dakota v Wayfair decision and destination sourcing: “As part of our rulemaking process to Continue reading Colorado – Grace Period Extended For New Sales Tax Rules

North Carolina – NC Now Collecting Sales Tax On Online Purchases

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – As the calendar turns to November, the upcoming holidays are on everyone’s mind. This includes shopping — and consumers are heading online. In 2017, 1.6 billion people bought goods online. Your online checkout experience may cost Continue reading North Carolina – NC Now Collecting Sales Tax On Online Purchases

Colorado – Viewpoint: Colorado Shouldn’t Enforce New Sales Tax Until Collection System Is Fixed

Colorado has one of the most complicated sales tax environments in the nation, creating a heavy burden on every business selling in the state. With nearly 300 taxing authorities — home rule, special districts, local, and state — and overlapping boundaries, there are over Continue reading Colorado – Viewpoint: Colorado Shouldn’t Enforce New Sales Tax Until Collection System Is Fixed

New Hampshire – Officials Continue Fighting Internet Sales Tax

NASHUA – California and Massachusetts are just two of the 46 states for which some New Hampshire businesses will have to collect sales taxes after a summer U.S. Supreme Court ruling. U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, both D-N.H., Continue reading New Hampshire – Officials Continue Fighting Internet Sales Tax