Colorado – Some Small Sellers In Colorado Are Discontinuing Online Transactions Due To The New Taxation Laws

Some Colorado business owners say they are putting the brakes on web-based sales to avoid burdens imposed by new tax rules in the state. Signed by Gov. Jared Polis last week, House Bill 1240 takes effect June, 8 2019. The Continue reading Colorado – Some Small Sellers In Colorado Are Discontinuing Online Transactions Due To The New Taxation Laws

Pennsylvania – N.J. Residents Ordering Online Now Owe Sales Tax

All marketplace facilitators and online sellers who have economic nexus (e.g. Pennsylvania annual gross sales of greater than $100,000) must now register, collect and remit Pennsylvania sales tax starting July 1, 2019.The sales threshold will be measured by calendar year. Continue reading Pennsylvania – N.J. Residents Ordering Online Now Owe Sales Tax

MULTISTATE – The Current State Of Wayfair: Tracking The New Nexus Laws Across The Country

The South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling has frantically ushered in a whole new era for sales and use tax laws and the end of an era for online shoppers reaping the benefits of untaxed purchases. Now, it’s time to step Continue reading MULTISTATE – The Current State Of Wayfair: Tracking The New Nexus Laws Across The Country

IDAHO – Senate OKs Bill To Collect Sales Tax On Online Retail Sales

Despite some hesitation about the creation of a new Idaho tax relief fund, the Senate agreed Thursday to pass a bill giving the state the authority to collect internet sales and use tax, which would then be funneled into the Continue reading IDAHO – Senate OKs Bill To Collect Sales Tax On Online Retail Sales

SOUTH DAKOTA – Turning Marketplace Facilitators Into Tax Collectors

While most states have been busy retooling their sales tax on remote sellers to conform to the standards set forth by the Supreme Court in its Wayfair decision, the current activity is centered in the marketplace facilitator arena, with more Continue reading SOUTH DAKOTA – Turning Marketplace Facilitators Into Tax Collectors

ARKANSAS – House Committee Kills Bill To Collect Tax For Internet Sales

Legislation that would require out-of-state online sellers to collect sales and use taxes from in-state purchasers and change the state’s corporate income tax code failed to clear the House Revenue and Taxation Committee on Thursday. In a voice vote with Continue reading ARKANSAS – House Committee Kills Bill To Collect Tax For Internet Sales

Washington – State’s Taxes Make It The Worst State To Be Poor. See How It Compares To Others

Poor people in Washington have the worst tax burden in America, according to a new online survey. Financial services website WalletHub conducted a survey of all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C., to determine which states were the best, and which Continue reading Washington – State’s Taxes Make It The Worst State To Be Poor. See How It Compares To Others

CALIFORNIA – No Sales Tax Increase In Santa Clarita For 2019

Officials confirmed Wednesday that there would be no increase to the local sales tax rates in Santa Clarita this year. While residents of many cities and several counties across California were recently informed of an upcoming increase to their local Continue reading CALIFORNIA – No Sales Tax Increase In Santa Clarita For 2019

CALIFORNIA – What California’s Move To Collect Back Taxes From Amazon Fulfillment Users Means For Your Business

In June 2018, the Supreme Court upended e-commerce with a 5-4 ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., allowing states to collect sales tax for sales on the web in which the merchant had no physical presence in that state. The problem with Continue reading CALIFORNIA – What California’s Move To Collect Back Taxes From Amazon Fulfillment Users Means For Your Business

California – Additional Registration And Collection Requirements For Out-Of-State Businesses Selling Certain Items In To CA

The following products have additional registration and collection requirements in California, Effective as of April 1, 2019. 1.New tires or motor vehicles and equipment that include new tires 2.Covered electronic devices 3.Lead-acid batteries 4.Lumber products or engineered wood products. April Continue reading California – Additional Registration And Collection Requirements For Out-Of-State Businesses Selling Certain Items In To CA