New Hampshire – Despite Last Year’s Failure, Bipartisan Internet Sales Tax Bill Reintroduced

A bipartisan group of lawmakers are reviving a bill voted down last summer during a special session, as the state continues to search for a way to respond to the Wayfair Supreme Court ruling. The decision, which cleared the way for states to Continue reading New Hampshire – Despite Last Year’s Failure, Bipartisan Internet Sales Tax Bill Reintroduced

New York – Economic Nexus Threshold $300,000/100

The New York Department of finance has released the registration requirement for businesses with no physical presence and guidance for vendors.  The following is an overview of the recent publication: Overview On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court Continue reading New York – Economic Nexus Threshold $300,000/100

Multi-State – Reading the Supreme Court’s mind On Wayfair

Six months after the Wayfair ruling, state tax administrators and business communities are still trying to figure out exactly what the Supreme Court intended, according to Scott Peterson, former executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Project and currently vice president of U.S. Continue reading Multi-State – Reading the Supreme Court’s mind On Wayfair

Texas – January 2019 Tax Policy News Issue Provides Wayfair Rule Updates

As part of our Wayfair implementation, amendments to Rule 3.286, concerning seller’s and purchaser’s responsibilities, will be effective Jan. 1, 2019. The amendments establish a safe harbor for remote sellers whose Texas revenues are below $500,000 from sales of tangible personal Continue reading Texas – January 2019 Tax Policy News Issue Provides Wayfair Rule Updates

Multi-State – Etsy Adds To List Of States For Which It Collects Sales Tax

Etsy has added to the list of states for which it collects sales tax under Marketplace Facilitator laws. For Etsy-only sellers, such laws can simplify compliance issues, but for multi-channel sellers, such laws add yet another wrinkle to the herculean Continue reading Multi-State – Etsy Adds To List Of States For Which It Collects Sales Tax

New York – State Provides No Grace Period For Sales Tax – Requires Immediate Registration

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance this week released its guidance when remote sellers need to collect and remit sales tax. In its guidance, the state said, “On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruling in South Continue reading New York – State Provides No Grace Period For Sales Tax – Requires Immediate Registration

Arkansas – 2019 Session: Push To Collect Online Sales Tax Picks Up Momentum In Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The long-debated online sales tax has its best chance yet of passing in Arkansas, following a U.S. Supreme Court decision. The outcome of the South Dakota v. Wayfair case allows states to require remote sellers to collect Continue reading Arkansas – 2019 Session: Push To Collect Online Sales Tax Picks Up Momentum In Arkansas

Multi-State – The Ultimate Guide to States With Laws Requiring Collection Of Internet Sales Tax

As of June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court changed the laws regarding the collection of sales tax by internet sellers. The Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., established that individual states can require ecommerce retailers to collect Continue reading Multi-State – The Ultimate Guide to States With Laws Requiring Collection Of Internet Sales Tax

Pennsylvania – Sales And Use Tax Bulletin Establishes Nexus Thresholds Effective July 1, 2019

Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has issued Sales and Use Tax Bulletin 2019-01, issued January 8, 2019. Maintaining a Place of Business in the Commonwealth To prevent any discrimination or undue burden on taxpayers whose virtual presence with the Commonwealth is Continue reading Pennsylvania – Sales And Use Tax Bulletin Establishes Nexus Thresholds Effective July 1, 2019

Multi-State – Why The Supreme Court’s Internet Sales Tax Decision Will Hurt e-Commerce Startups

Startups have a lot stacked against them, including oligarchic competitors and the ever-present threat of running out of money. This summer, the Supreme Court added another burden. On June 21, the Court voted 5-4 to overturn Quill v. North Dakota, a 1992 Continue reading Multi-State – Why The Supreme Court’s Internet Sales Tax Decision Will Hurt e-Commerce Startups