Sales Tax

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  • Georgia to Tax Internet Sales

    Beginning January 1, 2019, the State of Georgia will require online retailers who meet certain economic thresholds to collect and remit sales tax to the Georgia Department of Revenue.

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  • Kentucky Enacts July 1 Sales Tax Changes

    Bill revises definition of “sales price” and “gross receipts” to include amount charged for labor or services rendered in installing or applying the tangible personal or digital property or service.

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  • Wisconsin Enacts Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

    Wisconsin enacted legislation which creates a one-time sales tax holiday between August 1, 2018 and August 5, 2018 for certain school supplies based on cost.

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  • Oklahoma to Initiate Sales Tax Changes for Internet Sellers and Marketplaces

    Oklahoma recently passed a law intended to capture sales and use tax for purchases over the internet.

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  • Alabama Makes Changes Related to Remote Entity Nexus and the Simplified Sellers Use Tax

    An eligible seller participating in the Simplified Sellers Use Tax Remittance Program that acquires an in-state business, may elect to continue participation in the program.

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  • Wyoming Ends Taxation of Gold and Silver Coins, Bullion

    The Governor of Wyoming recently signed a bill to end the taxation of gold and silver coins and bullion.

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  • Ohio Enacts Permanent Sales Tax Holiday

    The Ohio General Assembly has passed Senate Bill 226, which will institute a permanent three-day sales tax holiday in the State of Ohio.

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  • Idaho to Begin Taxing Internet Sales July 1, 2018

    The Governor of Idaho has recently signed HB 578, a bill expanding which remote retailers will be required to collect, remit and report sales tax to the state beginning July 1, 2018.

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  • Guam Introduces Sales Tax

    Governor of Guam signs bill to establish sales tax. This sales tax, an island first, will be imposed upon all sales of tangible personal property and many services effective October 1, 2018.

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  • New Arizona Pinal County Rate Survives Judicial Challenge

    While the legal challenge continues, on March 23 the Arizona Tax Court officially declined to issue an order immediately barring enforcement of the Transportation Excise Tax.

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  • Florida Enacts Back-to-School and Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holidays

    Florida enacts new disaster preparedness sales tax holiday between June 1, 2018 and June 7, 2018 that exempts sales of portable flashlights, radios, generators, tarps and batteries from sales tax.

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  • Quebec, Canada Tables 2018-2019 Budget

    Québec National Assembly's key announcement with respect to Québec Sales Tax (QST) requires businesses located outside Québec to register and collect the QST for certain supplies to consumers.

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  • Puerto Rico Considers Tax Reform

    The Governor of Puerto Rico recently announced a proposal that would overhaul multiple components of the island’s tax system, including sales tax for prepared foods, business-to-business services, etc

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  • Arizona Pinal County Rate Change

    The Arizona Department of Revenue posted that Pinal County has requested that the Department begin collecting a transportation excise tax beginning with a reporting period beginning April 1, 2018.

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  • Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana Vote to Determine Sales and Use Tax Rate March 24, 2018

    Saint Tammany Parish in Louisiana has scheduled an election on March 24th to determine the fate of two 0.25% parish-wide sales and use taxes.

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  • New Mexico Enacts Thanksgiving Saturday Gross Receipts Holiday

    On March 2, 2018, New Mexico Governor, Susana Martinez, signed House Bill 79 into law thereby establishing a one-day sales tax holiday on the Saturday following Thanksgiving.

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  • South Carolina Department of Revenue Publishes Updated Regulation on Accommodations Tax

    The South Carolina Department of Revenue clarified how the accommodations tax should apply to additional charges that are assessed when guests rent accommodations at a hotel, motel or other facility.

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  • Pennsylvania Requires Remote Sellers and Market Place Facilitators to Collect or Provide Notice

    Pennsylvania now requires certain remote sellers, marketplace facilitators, and referrers to collect and remit Pennsylvania sales tax OR comply with notice and reporting requirements.

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  • Puerto Rico Governor Proposes Sales Tax Rate Reduction

    Puerto Rico governor proposes Business to Business Services tax rate drop to 2% in 2019 and completely eliminated by 2020. Likewise, the tax on prepared food would drop to 7%.

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  • Massachusetts Governor Eyeing Real-Time Sales Tax Collection

    Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker included in the 2019 budget a proposal for real-time sales tax remittance from credit card companies and other third-party payment processors.

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