Georgia – Uber, Lyft Customers to Begin Paying Sales Tax in Georgia on Wednesday April 3, 2020

Ride-hailing customers in Atlanta will begin paying one of the highest sales taxes in the country Wednesday, thanks in part to a legislative shutdown brought about by the coronavirus outbreak. Earlier this year the General Assembly passed legislation raising sales Continue reading Georgia – Uber, Lyft Customers to Begin Paying Sales Tax in Georgia on Wednesday April 3, 2020

Georgia – Online Sales Tax For Big Retailers Signed Into Law

Gov. Brian Kemp has signed legislation imposing state sales taxes on online purchases facilitated by large retailers like Amazon, Google and Uber. The tax is projected to raise hundreds of millions of dollars annually in Georgia. Lawmakers in Georgia’s House Continue reading Georgia – Online Sales Tax For Big Retailers Signed Into Law

Multi-State – DoorDash And Uber Eats Aren’t Collecting Sales Tax On Delivery Fees In Some States

The food delivery company Grubhub said it has collected hundreds of millions in taxes for delivery and service fees in dozens of states since at least 2011. But Recode has found that in some of those same states, Grubhub’s top Continue reading Multi-State – DoorDash And Uber Eats Aren’t Collecting Sales Tax On Delivery Fees In Some States

Georgia – Georgia House Backs Sales Taxes For Customers Of Uber, Airbnb, Others

The Georgia House passed two bills targeting internet-based businesses this week that would mean big money for the state, and they could bump up the tab for Georgians who use ride-share and short-term housing rental services. The sponsor of both Continue reading Georgia – Georgia House Backs Sales Taxes For Customers Of Uber, Airbnb, Others

New York – Sales Tax Money from Uber Could Help Fix MTA Budget Gap as Yellow Cab Rides Fall, Group Says

Nydailynews.com by Dan Rivoli “The idea that would haul in the most money would provide the MTA all the sales tax money levied on Uber and black car rides that now goes to city and state coffers. Charging a 7.7% Continue reading New York – Sales Tax Money from Uber Could Help Fix MTA Budget Gap as Yellow Cab Rides Fall, Group Says