The once-disqualified Arizona one-cent sales tax is back on the ballot; New York updates its rules for sales tax filing and returns; and several states make moves to re-certify with the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement. All this below. 

 

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Sales Tax This Week 8/5-9/10

Storified by Avalara · Thu, Aug 09 2012 16:27:11

Arizona Tax Back on Ballot

Arizona One Cent Sales Tax Back on Ballot | TaxRates.comThe Arizona Superior Court reinstated a previously-disqualified 1-cent sales tax proposal to the November ballot. The sales tax is part o…

New York Sales Tax Filing Updates 

New York Sales Tax Filing and Returns Updates 2012 | TaxRates.comThe New York Department of Taxation and Finance updated its Filing Requirements for Sales and Use Tax Returns for businesses required to …

State Updates for Streamlined Compliance

Tennessee Updated Taxability Matrix | TaxRates.comTennessee has been an associate member of the Streamlined Sales Tax since October 1, 2005. Currently, Tennessee has recertified as an ass…
North Dakota Streamlined Compliance | TaxRates.comNorth Dakota has recertified their Streamlined Sales Tax compliance for 2012. According to the recertification letter, "…North Dakota’s…
Utah Updated Taxability Matrix | TaxRates.comUtah has submitted an updated Taxability Matrix and Certificate of Compliance for the Streamlined Sales Tax (SST). Utah has been approved…

Sales Tax on Twitter

Get ready for higher sales tax! PM Noda survives no-confidence vote – Kyodo #JapanHiroko Tabuchi
I love the 9.5% sales tax, said no Chicagoan EVER. #crookcountyemily steinmetz
Really enjoyed debating the necessity for the proposed Local Option Sales Tax in Louisville. #metro #FischerFailJames Young