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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.

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Every rose has thorns, every florist has sales tax – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Sales tax rules are relatively straightforward when a customer takes possession of the merchandise in the store. But throw a delivery into the mix and taxability gets complicated.

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Goodlatte urges Supreme Court to let Congress deal with remote sales tax

State and federal lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are divided on an issue that’s coming to a head with the close of 2017: remote sales tax. The latest to weigh in is Congressman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia.

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Out-of-state diamond and gold wholesaler subject to Washington tax

An out-of-state gem broker was recently found to have nexus in Washington because of the consigned items it sends to retailers. If other states follow suit, this could shake up the whole industry.

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New year brings new reporting requirements for remote retailers in Ohio

Starting Jan. 1, 2018, apps and other software placed on the computers, laptops, and handheld devices of Ohio customers give remote retailers the physical presence required for the state to tax them

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Challenging Quill: What started with North Dakota could end with South Dakota

Retailers have long relied on Quill Corp. v. North Dakota to protect them from collecting taxes in states where they have no physical presence. Now South Dakota is hoping to challenge the 1992 Supreme Court ruling.

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Mississippi to tax out-of-state sellers starting Dec. 1, 2017

Beginning Dec. 1, 2017, certain out-of-state sellers will be required to register with the Mississippi Department of Revenue and collect and remit tax on their Mississippi sales.

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Remote online seller tries to crush Massachusetts cookie law

Can an internet seller establish a substantial physical presence in Massachusetts through the cookies it puts on in-state devices?

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South Dakota Supreme Court deliberates remote sales tax law

South Dakota is not defending the Remote Seller Compliance Law that is at odds with Quill. Instead, it has asked the South Dakota Supreme Court to recommend the United States Supreme Court take the case up for review.

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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.


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