Louisiana – Decreases Overall State Sales Tax Rate From 5% to 4.45% July 1, 2018

July 1, 2018, the overall state sales tax rate will be reduced from 5 percent to 4.45 percent. If a dealer charges and collects state sales tax at the rate of 5 percent on or after July 1, 2018, then Continue reading Louisiana – Decreases Overall State Sales Tax Rate From 5% to 4.45% July 1, 2018

Wisconsin – Effective October 1 Wisconsin Will Require Remote Sellers To Collect Sales Tax

Beginning October 1, 2018, Wisconsin will require remote sellers to collect and remit sales or use tax on sales of taxable products and services in Wisconsin. New standards for administering sales tax laws on remote sellers will be developed by Continue reading Wisconsin – Effective October 1 Wisconsin Will Require Remote Sellers To Collect Sales Tax

Multistate – States Sue IRS, Treasury To Strike Down SALT Cap Under New Tax Law

Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York filed a lawsuit in federal court to eliminate the $10,000 limit on SALT (State and Local Tax) deductions imposed as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). “The lawsuit names Treasury Continue reading Multistate – States Sue IRS, Treasury To Strike Down SALT Cap Under New Tax Law

Multistate – How Will the ‘Wayfair’ Supreme Court Decision Affect Retailers? 5 Ways.

2. Online retailers must track sales levels and tax law changes in all states where they do business. This online sales tax has not been implemented in all states, so it will be important for online retailers to track these Continue reading Multistate – How Will the ‘Wayfair’ Supreme Court Decision Affect Retailers? 5 Ways.

New Hampshire – State Special Session Called To Mitigate Wayfair Sales Tax Ruling

Given New Hampshire’s status as one of the few states with virtually no sales tax, not to mention no income tax outside of interest and dividends, the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in the South Dakota v. Wayfair case has Continue reading New Hampshire – State Special Session Called To Mitigate Wayfair Sales Tax Ruling

Wisconsin – What You Need To Know About Changes To Online Sales Taxes In WI

Amazon is promising customers a million deals. That’s the most yet as the company’s 4th annual Prime Day kicks off Monday afternoon. Amazon has extended its promotion for 36 hours. It’s also the first Prime Day with Whole Foods, Amazon’s Continue reading Wisconsin – What You Need To Know About Changes To Online Sales Taxes In WI

Alabama – Look To Alabama, Not Georgia, For The Upcoming Sales Tax-Free Weekend

Back to School Sales Tax Holiday – July 20 – 22, 2018 Once again this year, those residents in the Chattahoochee Valley seeking a break on sales taxes for school-related clothing and supplies can forget about shopping in Georgia. Instead, Continue reading Alabama – Look To Alabama, Not Georgia, For The Upcoming Sales Tax-Free Weekend

Missouri – City Tax On The Ballot In Richland

Waynesville Daily Guide by Zachary Wright July 16, 2018 The City of Richland will put the use tax measure on the ballot for voters in the city limits. On Aug. 7, 2018, residents of the city will be able to Continue reading Missouri – City Tax On The Ballot In Richland

Hawaii – ENexus Retroactive Enforcement Date Revised To July 1, 2018

Hawaii revised their reaction to Wayfair. DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 2018-10 dated July 10, 2018 supersedes their previous Wayfair ENexus Announcement dated June 27, 2018. Based on further review Hawaii’s retroactive application of their Economic Nexus (ENexus) obligations is revised. Hawaii Continue reading Hawaii – ENexus Retroactive Enforcement Date Revised To July 1, 2018

Maryland – Give online sales tax revenue back to Marylanders

“For the first half of 2018, Maryland leaders were preoccupied with Amazon.com, assembling an $8.5 billion incentive package to attract the online giant’s second headquarters to the state. Maryland’s brick-and-mortar shops could be excused for feeling ignored. Then on June 21, the Continue reading Maryland – Give online sales tax revenue back to Marylanders