Oklahoma is the latest state to jump on the remote sales tax bandwagon. The recently enacted Retail Protection Act redefines “vendor” and “maintaining a place of business in this state” and gives ...Continued
Rhode Island has had an internet sales tax law on the books since 2009. It is often called an “Amazon tax” — an ironic moniker, given that Amazon severed ties with Rhode Island affiliates so that ...Continued
Update, 1.25.2017: Amazon began collecting Louisiana tax on January 1, 2017. Also as of that date, residents of Louisiana are permitted to participate in the Associates Program.
Read the fine p...Continued
Beginning May 1, 2016, certain remote sellers will be required to collect and remit South Dakota sales and use tax under newly enacted Senate Bill 106.
South Dakota’s new policy is a bit...Continued
Two measures seeking to apply Utah sales tax to certain Internet sales are dead. The House Revenue and Taxation Committee did not pass HB 235 out of committee, and Rep. Mike McKell withdrew SB 182...Continued
Update, 5.19.2016: The Retail Protection Act of 2016 has been enacted. It takes effect November 1, 2016.
Today, you pay Oklahoma sales tax if you buy something from a store located in Tulsa or ...Continued
It’s no April Fools’ hoax. Beginning April 1, 2016, certain remote retailers are required to collect and remit Louisiana sales tax under the state’s new affiliate and click-through nexus law.
Many out-of-state retailers who sell to Alabama customers became subject to new tax reporting requirements on January 1, 2016. Many, but not all. Some sellers do not make enough sales or do enough...Continued
Update 4.12.2016: The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a request by the Direct Marketing Association to reconsider the Colorado case.
Colorado’s use tax information reporting requireme...Continued