Sales And Use Tax

Sales tax zeitgeist: tampon exemptions – Wacky Tax Wednesday

In an era when our nation is discussing gender identity more than ever before, tampon tax exemptions seem part of the spirit of the age.

Taxing the 2017 solar eclipse – Wacky Tax Wednesday

As many as 350,000 people could to travel to Wyoming to see the solar eclipse. It could be a money-making opportunity for locals, so long as they remember to collect and remit applicable taxes.

Unscrambling the many ways Virginia taxes eggs – Wacky Tax Wednesday

How many ways are there to tax an egg? In Virginia, there are several. Let’s take a closer look — just in time for Easter.

Don’t get fooled by nexus rules

April 1 is commonly known as April Fool's Day. It's also the date when Amazon will start collecting sales tax in four more states — Maine, New Mexico, Hawaii and Idaho.

What Amazon’s decision to collect sales tax in all states does (and doesn’t) mean for your business

Gone is the need to speculate about where and when Amazon will next collect; come April 1, 2017, it will tax deliveries into 45 states plus Washington, D.C. Learn what this means (and doesn't mean) for other ecommerce sellers...

West Virginia’s conflicting visions for sales tax overhaul – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Competing bills in West Virginia seek to solve a growing deficit by either increasing or reducing the sales tax rate.

A Shark Tank Finalist Shares his Secret for Kicking Butt on Amazon

Take a few minutes and search the web and you’ll find lots of small business owners sharing their tips for performance on Amazon. There’s Wendell Morris, who grew his yoga gear business to an eight-person company ...

8 Great eBay Lessons I Learned from 5 Great eBay Merchants

Want to succeed on eBay? Why not ... it's an enormous marketplace that gives you the opportunity to sell your products just about anywhere in the world. But, nothing is as easy it seems.

Taxing on-demand snow removal services – Wacky Tax Wednesday

New services such as on-demand snow removal don't always fit tidily into existing tax laws.

How to get your pi(e) on, tax free – Wacky Tax Wednesday

March 14 is National Pi Day, and savvy math nerds around the country are celebrating their favorite irrational number by consuming quantities of pie. Sweet or savory, if it comes baked in a crust, Pie Day is a good day to [&...


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