Wyoming – Cheyenne Budget Passed, Not Necessarily Done Yet

On Monday, City of Cheyenne officials passed a $50.5 million budget for fiscal year 2021. The budget includes spending and staff reductions amounting to, in part, the loss of the equivalent of 43 full-time jobs with the city. In a Continue reading Wyoming – Cheyenne Budget Passed, Not Necessarily Done Yet

Wyoming – Voters will be asked to approve extra 1% sales tax

Park County voters will decide in November whether they want to approve an additional 1% sales tax to help fund the Powell, Cody, Meeteetse and county governments. Wyoming has a 4% sales and use tax for all counties, but counties Continue reading Wyoming – Voters will be asked to approve extra 1% sales tax

Wyoming- Lawmakers Have Been Given an Unexpected Second Chance MAY 10, 2020

Wyoming lawmakers may not realize it, but they’ve been given a rare and unexpected opportunity this election year. Surprisingly, it comes as the result of our new nemesis: COVID-19. But amid the economic devastation left in the wake of this Continue reading Wyoming- Lawmakers Have Been Given an Unexpected Second Chance MAY 10, 2020

WYOMING – Growing Percentage Of City Revenue Coming From Internet Sales Tax

While Sheridan’s sales and use tax revenues have continued to grow this year, those gains are increasingly dependent on internet, rather than local, sales, according to a presentation City Treasurer Karen Burtis delivered this week. The city’s internet sales tax Continue reading WYOMING – Growing Percentage Of City Revenue Coming From Internet Sales Tax

WYOMING – Sheridan Revenues Increase Due To Internet Sales Tax Collections

While Sheridan’s sales and use tax revenues have continued to grow this year, those gains are increasingly dependent on internet, rather than local, sales, according to a presentation City Treasurer Karen Burtis delivered this week. The city’s internet sales tax Continue reading WYOMING – Sheridan Revenues Increase Due To Internet Sales Tax Collections

Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

In recent years, states have increasingly considered taxing services by expanding the sales and use tax base —  and 2019 is no different. So far this year, taxation of services bills have been introduced in nine states: California, Connecticut, Florida, Montana, Continue reading Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

Wyoming – Wyoming revenue forecast drops from October

CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s latest economic forecast shows the drop in oil prices to end 2018 will mean a serious blow to the state’s overall revenue picture. The January report from the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group estimates $125.1 million less in Continue reading Wyoming – Wyoming revenue forecast drops from October

Wyoming – South Dakota V. Wayfair Response August 7, 2018

The response says – “Currently Wyoming is not requiring remote sellers to license with the state to collect and remit sales tax. However businesses wishing to voluntarily license in Wyoming may begin that process any time. Once we have a Continue reading Wyoming – South Dakota V. Wayfair Response August 7, 2018

Wyoming – Economic Nexus (ENexus) – Threshold 200 or $100,000

Effective date January 1, 2017 For More Information: Wyoming Department of Revenue Statement regarding the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling, in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ET AL.

Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Thresholds As of July 24, 2018

ENexus Thresholds As of July 24, 2018 Ref State Date Number of Sales Dollars of Sales Enexus Threshold 1 IN 1/1/2017 200 $100,000 100/200 2 WY 1/1/2017 200 $100,000 100/200 3 RI 8/17/2017 200 $100,000 100/200 4 ME 10/1/2017 200 Continue reading Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Thresholds As of July 24, 2018