Tennessee – City To Pay $14K Following Sales Tax audit

The city of Crossville owes an additional $14,645.45 to the Tennessee Department of Revenue after a sales tax audit found the city hadn’t collected enough in taxes for sprinkler heads and did not require exemption forms for industrial manufacturing sales Continue reading Tennessee – City To Pay $14K Following Sales Tax audit

Tennessee – New Guidance: Post Wayfair Sales Tax Collection By Out-Of-State Dealers

The  Tennessee Department of Revenue has updated information about sales tax collection from out-of-state dealers post South Dakota v. Wayfair.  Please see the links below for more information:  Notice #19-04 Post-Wayfair Collection by Out-of-State Dealers (June 2019) Notice #19-05 Local Sales Tax Continue reading Tennessee – New Guidance: Post Wayfair Sales Tax Collection By Out-Of-State Dealers

Tennessee – New Tax Workshop Webinars for Businesses Now Available

In an effort to provide more online tools to help business owners learn about Tennessee taxes, the Department of Revenue has added four online tax workshop webinars to its website. These sales tax webinars are designed to provide business owners with Continue reading Tennessee – New Tax Workshop Webinars for Businesses Now Available

TENNESSEE – Rule 129 Leveling The Playing Field

Rule 129 simply ensures that all out-of-state retailers who make sales in Tennessee, above the $500,000 threshold, properly collect and remit state and local sales and use tax due under current law. Enabling it, the report states, would level the Continue reading TENNESSEE – Rule 129 Leveling The Playing Field

Multi-State – States Renew Push for Taxes On Sugary Drinks

Nearly three decades after a U.S. state last imposed a special tax on sugary drinks, Connecticut’s governor is pushing for one to help close a budget deficit — and bracing for a fight. Taxes on soda and other sugar-loaded drinks Continue reading Multi-State – States Renew Push for Taxes On Sugary Drinks

TENNESSEE – DOR Starts New Tax Prep Program For Business Owners

The Tennessee Department of Revenue held its first tax preparation workshop for business owners Tuesday at the Dyer County Clerk’s Office. Gov. Lee wishes to go out and have various departments and state government interact with our rural communities to Continue reading TENNESSEE – DOR Starts New Tax Prep Program For Business Owners

Tennessee – Among states collecting online sales tax

If you haven’t received your credit card bills for holiday shopping purchases, prepare to brace yourself, especially if you shopped online. A caller to the Cleveland Daily Banner recently – and angrily – shared that she had been charged sales Continue reading Tennessee – Among states collecting online sales tax

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

Tennessee – State Issues Update On Sales Tax Applicability In Reaction To The Recent Wayfair SCOTUS Decision

The Tennessee Department of Revenue has just issued a special notice that provides some additional guidance regarding how Tennessee is reacting to the recent South Dakota vs. Wayfair U.S. Supreme Court decision.  Please click to take you to the Department of Continue reading Tennessee – State Issues Update On Sales Tax Applicability In Reaction To The Recent Wayfair SCOTUS Decision

Tennessee – State Of Wayfair: Tennessee Trying To Come To Terms

Is Tennessee coming close to a settlement of its Wayfair-like case? Steve DelBianco, president and CEO of NetChoice, told Bloomberg Tax Sept. 4 the parties to a pending lawsuit over Tennessee’s South Dakota-style economic nexus statute are currently addressing how to Continue reading Tennessee – State Of Wayfair: Tennessee Trying To Come To Terms