Expanded sales and use tax nexus provisions took effect in Iowa on June 11, 2013. Have they helped level the playing field between brick-and-mortar retailers located in Iowa and out-of-state retai...Continued
Amazon will collect sales tax in Colorado beginning February 1, 2016. Colorado will be the 28th state in which Amazon collects; South Carolina became the 27th on January 1, 2016.
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Affiliate and click-through nexus provisions took effect in Nevada in July and October 2015. Now a regulation has been proposed that would fill in gaps missing from the earlier legislation (AB 380...Continued
Businesses that sell into Alabama but are based in another state should already know that, on January 1, 2016, new requirements for certain out-of-state sellers making sales into Alabama take effe...Continued
Sales tax parity is the focus of the newly formed Oklahoma Retail Merchants Association. The organization will work towards creating equity between brick-and-mortar stores, which are required to c...Continued
Amazon and South Carolina struck a deal in 2011: Amazon agreed to build distribution centers and create jobs in the state, and in return, the company’s obligation to collect South Carolina sales t...Continued
For years, there has been strong support for remote sales tax in Utah. State lawmakers have proposed several remote sales tax bills and urged federal lawmakers to “Support Equity and Sales Tax Fai...Continued
Vermont’s click-through nexus law takes effect today, December 1, 2015. As a result, many Internet sellers are now required to collect and remit Vermont sales tax for the first time. Affected reta...Continued
A sales tax rate change took effect in Brown County, Wisconsin, on October 1, 2015, when a temporary sales tax expired. The current rate is 5%; prior to the decrease, the rate was 5.5%.
Update, 11.12.2015: Singles' Day 2015 sales blasted through previous sales records. Consumers spent a combined $14.3 billion on November 11 on Alibaba. To put that figure into perspective, Cyber ...Continued