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How much ice cream can you eat in one sitting? – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Ice cream is subject to some wonderfully whimsical sales tax laws. Check them out while enjoying the last of the ice cream purchased on last Sunday, National Ice Cream Day.

Why some Amazon sales aren’t taxed in Amazon’s home state … for now – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Why wouldn’t Washington-based Amazon charge a Washington resident Washington sales tax? Because it isn't required to collect tax on its third-party sales. For now.

4 signs your growing business needs to rethink sales tax

What’s new with your business? If it’s any of the below, then congratulations are undoubtedly in order. And, while we certainly don’t want to put a damper on the wrap party for your latest launch, we do want to pipe [&h...

The uncertain future of the biodiesel tax incentive

A biodiesel tax incentive that has been instrumental in stimulating the U.S. biodiesel industry expired at the end of 2016. It hasn't been reinstated, but a bill that would extend and amend the incentive has been introduced.

Prime Day, marketplace providers, and state efforts to tax marketplace sales

Prime Day can increase exposure, which is normally a plus for retailers. Yet exposure can also bring risk, especially for marketplace sellers. A growing number of states are looking to tax third-party sales.

Four Ways to Maximize Your Amazon Prime Day Profits

There's plenty of advice for shoppers around Amazon's annual Prime Day, but what does this day mean for you, the Amazon merchant? Here are four things your business can do to get the most out of this annual event.

Washington bucks national trend, taxes bottled water … again – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Soda taxes have been all the rage recently because they help decrease consumption and raise revenue. So, why would the Washington Legislature now choose to tax water?

2017 mid-year sales tax changes

Dealing with change is standard operating procedure for many companies: employees leave and are hired; new products are introduced and old ones phased out; there are booms, and there are busts. On top of all that, companies n...

Avalara Certifies 22 Partner Integrations to Automate Tax Calculations and Management

Avalara, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based tax compliance automation for businesses, today announced its spring 2017 release of 22 new certified partner integrations.

California creates new tax collection agency

The California Board of Equalization will no longer administer sales and use tax and many other taxes as of July 1. Starting Saturday, the new Department of Tax and Fee Administration will take charge.

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