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Cuomo proposes internet fairness tax on online sales into New York

New York looks to tax sales by out-of-state marketplace sellers.

When population determines class, and class determines a city’s tax capability – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Only some classifications of cities in Missouri are entitled to levy a sales tax.

Amazon and Etsy are complying with Washington’s marketplace sales tax law: what that means for sellers

Like Amazon, Etsy is now collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of its marketplace sellers in Washington state. As a result, neither company has to comply with the state's new use tax notice and reporting requirements.

Supreme Court to hear challenge to online sales tax ruling (Quill)

The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to consider a case that has the potential to change how states can tax sales by ecommerce merchants and other out-of-state sellers.

New report takes a swipe at how states tax software sales

Keeping on top of nexus is difficult for any growing company. But it goes a step beyond for sellers of software and software-related services. Check out our infographic to learn more.

Ohio’s new web cookie tax challenged by ACMA

Ohio is one of several states now claiming that the presence of web cookies on in-state devices gives remote sellers a physical presence in the state and an obligation to collect sales tax.

It’s time for resolve – Wacky Tax Wednesday

How do sales tax laws affect typical new year's resolutions such as eat right and exercise more?

5 reasons software companies automate sales tax

It’s an arduous task for your company to comply with the many variations on software taxability law, even if it’s only for a handful of states. Learn an easier way.

National Bacon Day – Wacky Tax Wednesday

If eating bacon can be complicated, sales tax laws surrounding the production and sale of pork products can be even more so.

States could collect billions more in sales tax from online sellers – GAO reports

According to a new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, state and local governments could gain billions in revenue if allowed to tax remote sales.


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