Cyber Monday Means Loss of Revenue for States and Many Businesses

November 29, 2010

Cyber Monday may mean loss of much needed revenue for states and brick-and-mortar retailers.

Colorado Springs Discovers Fountain of Green From Sales Taxes on Medical Marijuana

June 22, 2010

Probably a little too much of the green on da blog as of late, but we just couldn’t let this nugget  vaporize without sparking a little light on the subject. Sales tax revenues on Medical Marijuana in Colorado Springs, CO have mushroomed […]

Suffolk County New York Sees Sales Tax Revenues Cut in Half.

June 15, 2010

Well, we know that sales tax compliance can be a tricky sport to master.  And we know that sales tax collections in general have been down some as the economy re-sets itself. And we sure know that localities and states are desperate […]

Sales Tax Revenues now exceed other state tax revenues

March 11, 2010

From Forbes magazine: “Nationally, sales taxes in 2008 generated more revenue for state and local governments–about $450 billion, a recent Government Accountability Office report suggests–than did either property taxes ($411 billion) or personal income taxes ($310 billion).”

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