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Louisiana hurricane preparedness sales tax holiday starts May 26

The 2018 Louisiana Sales Tax Holiday for Hurricane Preparedness Supplies takes place Memorial Day Weekend. ...Continued

Could sales tax keep Louisiana from the fiscal cliff?

To keep from tumbling over a massive fiscal cliff, Louisiana lawmakers may drop the sales tax rate and eliminate exemptions....Continued

Texas sales tax holiday for energy-efficient products starts May 26

Many energy-efficient products will be exempt from Texas state and local sales tax over Memorial Day Weekend....Continued

Avalara Announces Co-Development Project with SAP® Co-Innovation Lab

Companies invest in project integration of SAP® Localization Hub, tax service in SAP Cloud Platform with solutions from Avalara....Continued

Washington offers Marketplace Fairness Penalty Reduction Program through June 30, 2018

To encourage compliance with its Marketplace Fairness law, Washington is offering a Marketplace Fairness Penalty Reduction Program through June 30, 2018....Continued

Debunking 4 myths about voluntary disclosure agreements

Is a voluntary disclosure agreement right for you?...Continued

Avalara’s Julie Lubetkin Voted to CRN’s Women of the Channel 2018

The list honors executives who are driving channel progress through a number of achievements as well as advocacy for the next generation of women channel executives....Continued

Avalara Wins QAD Solution Partner of the Year Award

Avalara today announced it has been awarded the Solution Partner of the Year award by QAD Inc., provider of flexible, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies....Continued

No fair! Complicating sales tax filing for certain sellers in California – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Filing a California sales tax return is about to get a little more complicated for retailers that sell tangible personal property on the real property of a California state-designated fairground. ...Continued

Iowa to tax online sales and impose use tax reporting on non-collecting sellers

Iowa could be the next state to establish economic nexus, tax online marketplace sales, and impose use tax notice and reporting requirements on non-collecting sellers. ...Continued