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Supreme Court rules that South Dakota can tax sales by out-of-state sellers

The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled in favor of South Dakota in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. The state is now free to tax out-of-state sellers....Continued

New Guam sales tax starts October 2018

To reduce a $67-million shortfall caused by federal tax cuts, lawmakers in Guam have enacted a 2 percent sales tax. ...Continued

The ebb and flow of tax on vessels – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Boats are subject to a surprising number of special sales tax rates and exemptions....Continued

4 ways you can boost cybersecurity for your business

Small businesses are not immune to cyberattacks — in fact, they might be even more susceptible than larger companies. Here are a few ways to make your business, and your data, more secure....Continued

Connecticut taxpayers can get a fresh start with taxes

Connecticut wants taxpayers to know that although unreported taxes don’t go unnoticed, there’s a way for them to “make a fresh start.” ...Continued

Court tells Amazon to give South Carolina information about marketplace sales

South Carolina appears to have won a skirmish in its battle with Amazon over uncollected sales tax. The company must give the state third-party seller information....Continued

Painting Wall Street Orange

Fourteen years ago, we founded Avalara. Today, we listed as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange. ...Continued

Hawaii to tax online sales, July 2018

Hawaii has enacted an economic nexus law that taxes out-of-state retailers doing a certain amount of business in the state. ...Continued

Louisiana enacts online sales tax

Louisiana is the latest of several states to enact economic nexus. ...Continued

Avalara Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering

Avalara, Inc. (NYSE: AVLR) today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 7,500,000 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $24.00 per share....Continued