Alabama House Bill 470 has been signed into law as Act 2018-539. Pursuant to this Act, an eligible seller participating in the Simplified Sellers Use Tax Remittance Program that acquires an in-state business, thereby establishing substantial nexus with Alabama, may elect to continue participation in the Simplified Sellers Use Tax Remittance Program to satisfy the requirement to collect and remit tax. The Act also expands the definition of an eligible seller to include marketplace facilitators.
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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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