Multi-State – eBay Starts Collecting Sales Tax With More States To Come

eBay announced in October it would begin collecting sales tax in 4 states in 2019 due to new laws that extend the tax collection obligation to marketplaces (known as Marketplace Facilitator laws). Note that online marketplace Etsy had already begun Continue reading Multi-State – eBay Starts Collecting Sales Tax With More States To Come

Georgia – Online Sales Tax Goes Into Effect Today (January 1, 2019)

Hope you’ve already spent those holiday gift cards. Georgians who shop online can expect to pay a little more on some purchases this year after a bill signed by Gov. Nathan Deal goes into effect today. Georgia House Bill 61 Continue reading Georgia – Online Sales Tax Goes Into Effect Today (January 1, 2019)

District of Columbia – Internet Sales Tax Emergency Amendment Act of 2018 Approved December 31, 2018

The District of Columbia Council has passed legislation amending the sales and use tax treatment of digital goods sold or used in the District. As introduced, this bill requires that internet sales tax be collected from online retailers that meet certain Continue reading District of Columbia – Internet Sales Tax Emergency Amendment Act of 2018 Approved December 31, 2018

Wisconsin – Auditors helped state generate $72 million in additional revenue

A boost in the number of state tax auditors generated an additional $72 million in revenue for the state in 2018. The additional funds, while $10 million short of the state’s 2018 goals, illustrate the increased focus on collecting taxes Continue reading Wisconsin – Auditors helped state generate $72 million in additional revenue

Missouri – Governor Considering Adding Online Sales Tax

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Governor Mike Parson says he wants to enact a law that will let Missouri collect sales tax from out-of-state retailers who sell to Missouri residents online.  The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the sales tax provision Continue reading Missouri – Governor Considering Adding Online Sales Tax

Texas – Tax Responsibilities And Resources For Sellers After Wayfair

The Texas Comptroller’s office has created a new webpage dedicated to the Wayfair decision and it’s tax requirements. The Texas Tax Responsibilities And Resources for Sellers After Wayfair webpage provides information and resources for Texas-based sellers engaged in business, remote sellers Continue reading Texas – Tax Responsibilities And Resources For Sellers After Wayfair

Louisiana – Remote Sellers Information Bulletin No. 18-002

The Louisiana Department of Revenue has issued Information Bulletin No. 18-002, Remote Sellers Information Bulletin. The purpose of this bulletin is to provide a general definition for remote sellers as well as to provide further administrative guidance. To View The Bulletin: Continue reading Louisiana – Remote Sellers Information Bulletin No. 18-002

Louisiana – Heads Up, Louisiana: Taxes On Internet Sales To Be Collected Jan. 1; Here Are The Rules

The procedures for how Louisiana will collect taxes on sales over the internet in two weeks were approved in a 5-2 vote Tuesday. The directive tells out-of-state website vendors how they can register and when they should start collecting sales Continue reading Louisiana – Heads Up, Louisiana: Taxes On Internet Sales To Be Collected Jan. 1; Here Are The Rules

Montana – Business Leaders Consider Potential Impact Of Sales Tax In Montana

BOZEMAN, Mont. – Business owners gathered in Bozeman on Tuesday to discuss the possibility of a statewide sales tax and another option that would allow for sales tax in counties bordering national parks. Montana House Representative Kerry White is proposing Continue reading Montana – Business Leaders Consider Potential Impact Of Sales Tax In Montana