Virginia – Virginians Must Pay State Taxes by June 1 Despite Delay in Federal Tax Deadline to July 15

The federal tax filing deadline was extended to July 15 to help residents who may be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, but tax preparers in Virginia want the public to realize one important detail: The state hasn’t changed its filing Continue reading Virginia – Virginians Must Pay State Taxes by June 1 Despite Delay in Federal Tax Deadline to July 15

Virginia – New Tax laws In Effect As Of January 1, 2020

While Virginians are ringing in the new year, new tax laws are going into effect in the Commonwealth. As of January 1st, 2020, a number of new laws will change the way people in Virginia shop and do their taxes. Continue reading Virginia – New Tax laws In Effect As Of January 1, 2020

Virginia – State Lawmakers Kill GOP Gun Bills, Advance Sales-Tax Exemption For Gun Safes

A slew of gun bills backed by Republican delegates were killed in a majority-Democratic subcommittee Monday, including a bill to repeal of Virginia’s ban on firearms in places of religious worship and a bill to increase mandatory minimum sentencing for using Continue reading Virginia – State Lawmakers Kill GOP Gun Bills, Advance Sales-Tax Exemption For Gun Safes

Virginia – Bill Filed By Roanoke Delegate Would Increase Sales Tax On Firearms, Ammunitions

A delegate from Roanoke has introduced legislation that would support gun violence prevention programs. Del. Sam Rasoul, a Democrat, introduced House Bill 1687 that would establish the Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund that would distribute “grants to localities and organizations for the Continue reading Virginia – Bill Filed By Roanoke Delegate Would Increase Sales Tax On Firearms, Ammunitions

VIRGINIA – Virginia City Council Is Close to Enacting A One Percent Sales Tax Increase

The Virginia City Council on Tuesday night took another step forward in the implementation of the 1% sales tax to pay for the Miners Memorial Complex. The tax is set to go into effect January 2020. Learn More Here: hibbinGMN.Com Continue reading VIRGINIA – Virginia City Council Is Close to Enacting A One Percent Sales Tax Increase

Virginia – State Weighs Sales Tax For Online “Marketplace Facilitators”

Virginia’s sales taxes are currently stuck in the last century. But, state laws on sales taxes are about to go back to the future. Wayfair, you’ve got just what Virginia needs — $155 million in new sales tax revenues. The Continue reading Virginia – State Weighs Sales Tax For Online “Marketplace Facilitators”

VIRGINIA – Northam Signs Bills Cutting ‘Tampon Tax’

The sales tax on tampons, diapers and other personal hygiene products will be reduced by more than half beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced Wednesday that he signed SB 1715, sponsored by Sen. Jennifer Boysko, (D-86th), and Continue reading VIRGINIA – Northam Signs Bills Cutting ‘Tampon Tax’

VIRGINIA – Northam Nixes Online Sales Tax Set-Aside For Amazon

The legislature wanted to start collecting money in July 2020 to eventually pay Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). The first $40 million was going to come from the state’s internet sales tax revenue. But Northam’s revised fiscal year 2020 budget strikes that Continue reading VIRGINIA – Northam Nixes Online Sales Tax Set-Aside For Amazon

Mulitstate – Non-Streamlined States that are still pending Wayfair v. South Dakota

Enexus Status of Non-Streamlined States As of September 25, 2018 Ref No. State Sales Tax Status State Enforcement Date 1 Non-Streamline AZ Pending Legislature 2 Non-Streamline CA Pending 3 Non-Streamline DC No Information 4 Non-Streamline FL No Information 5 Non-Streamline Continue reading Mulitstate – Non-Streamlined States that are still pending Wayfair v. South Dakota

Virginia – Exemption Certificates: Certain Types Of Sod Are Exempt From Sales Tax

“Virginia Code § 58.1-623 A states that all sales or leases are subject to the tax until the contrary is established. The burden of proving that a sale, distribution, lease, or storage of tangible personal property is not taxable is upon Continue reading Virginia – Exemption Certificates: Certain Types Of Sod Are Exempt From Sales Tax