Wyoming – Recent tax law for online sales a boon for Laramie

Online sales are popular in Laramie. That’s what the most recent Albany County sales and use tax collection totals told Laramie city staff. During last week’s budget work session for the 2021 fiscal year the city manager Janine Jordan said Continue reading Wyoming – Recent tax law for online sales a boon for Laramie

Multi-State – Temporary Telework Arrangements Could Become Permanent

Will some of the temporary tax policy changes states are making in response to the public health crisis become permanent?  The question came up Tuesday in a teleconference meeting of the Strategic Planning Committee of the Multistate Tax Commission. Participants Continue reading Multi-State – Temporary Telework Arrangements Could Become Permanent

North Carolina – Senate to Vote on Increasing Sales Tax Collections

SALT Report 3822 – Just months after adding sales tax to car repairs and other services, the North Carolina state Senate wants to again change what services are taxed – a move that’s expected to add up to $80 million Continue reading North Carolina – Senate to Vote on Increasing Sales Tax Collections

Tennessee – Installation Labor is Taxable Unless…

Salt Report 3631 – TPP or Permanently Annexed? The Tennessee Department of Revenue released Letter Ruling # 15-01 on March 23, 2015. The letter ruling explains the reasoning behind the taxability of installation labor associated with a “home improvement” product. The Continue reading Tennessee – Installation Labor is Taxable Unless…