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Deposits and consumables are taxable in Wyoming

In the normal course of business, situations arise that call the proper application of tax into question. Wyoming provides answers....Continued

Recent changes in Texas sales tax laws

New legislation in Texas has triggered several interesting sales and use tax changes in the Lone Star State. ...Continued

Washington to exempt martial arts

After almost two years of taxing martial arts classes, Washington is about to exempt them once more....Continued

Connecticut identifies new taxable computer and data processing services

Technological developments in software can lead to new products and services, but also new sales and use tax obligations....Continued

Is an expanded manufacturing sales tax exemption adding to Iowa's fiscal woes?

Iowa broadened its manufacturing sales tax exemption to include supplies on July 1, 2016. Has this contributed to a decline in the state's general fund?...Continued

Alaskan seniors fight for sales tax exemption

Some seniors in Juneau are fighting to expand the senior sales tax exemption, which was limited as of Jan. 1, 2016. Others vehemently oppose the idea....Continued

Massachusetts internet cookie tax will be fully baked on October 1

Massachusetts has had a new sales and use tax policy in the oven for months. It’s now fully baked and set to take effect Oct. 1, 2017....Continued

Arkansas exempts sales by noncompeting nonprofits

Arkansas has enacted tax exemption for certain sales by charitable organizations — but only if they don’t compete with sales by for-profit businesses....Continued

Soda tax resurfaces in Portland, Oregon

There’s a long-standing friendly rivalry between Portland and its northern neighbor, Seattle. Could this be what’s really behind the greater Portland area’s drive for a tax on sugary drinks? ...Continued