How you react to fuel tax speaks volumes. Urbanites with trains, busses and bike lanes at their feet may not mind gas tax as much as suburban and rural drivers deeply dependent on their vehicles. But roughly 45% of American … Continued
Louisiana is extending its tax amnesty program and New Mexico is encouraging electronic filing. There are new exemption certificates and new local sales tax rates. And in the inferno that is Eastern Washington, a tax extension is a consolation, if … Continued
You can say a lot of things about sales tax, but not that it’s dull. The news this week explores: Freedom: Linking internet tax freedom to internet sales tax Politics: Controversial sales tax changes in the capital Social conscience: Tax … Continued
Is the Internet Tax Freedom Act the chance the Senate needs to pass an online sales tax bill? A group of Senators lead by Mike Enzi (R-WY) and Dick Durbin (D-IL) seem to think so. They introduced a bill to … Continued
At 12:01 A.M on July 1, 2014 a new fiscal year starts in almost* every U.S. state. But that’s not all that happens. At that time, everyone who manages sales tax for their companies turns into a pumpkin. Poof! Ok, … Continued
This week’s sales tax news explores if Internet tax freedom should be linked to Internet sales tax. In addition, there is drama over D.C.’s proposed tax on yoga and fitness classes and talk of taxing car sharing programs in Hawaii. And … Continued
California compliance team visits. Information services in Florida. Commercial fishermen in Maine. Sales tax news this week treats these topics, along with due dates in Connecticut, garage sales in Texas, and rate changes in several states. Want to know the … Continued
Sales tax gets esoteric this week when California brings virtual money into the fray. It gets political with talk of tax incentives, and it gets ready for summer tax holiday fun. Get the scoop.
Drones, Amazon tax, and pizza–sales tax news has run the gamut this week. Read on to discover the details about the reappearance of Illinois’ Amazon Tax, the tax-exempt status of illegal drones, and a contested Canadian tax hike, and more.
What should mobile food truck vendors know about sales tax? How can there be communication services tax in a town that doesn’t exist? Why would a profitable company recieve a sales tax rebate? Get the answers to these questions and … Continued