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Avalara's Annual Sales Tax Report Highlights Major Changes for Nexus and Marketplace Law in 2020

Avalara today released its fifth annual sales tax changes report....Continued

2020 sales tax changes

2019 was a doozy of a year for sales tax. 2020 promises to be equally exciting, in different ways....Continued

Economic nexus bill introduced in Missouri

Will 2020 be the year online sales get taxed in Missouri? ...Continued

American Catalog Mailers Association building case against Wayfair decision

Can the ACMA come up with a compelling case against state remote sales tax laws?...Continued

Marketplace facilitators: Prepare to collect Michigan sales tax on third-party sales

Michigan is likely to be the next state to require marketplace facilitators to collect and remit sales tax on behalf of third-party sellers....Continued

With strong holiday sales comes great responsibility

Record-breaking holiday sales are great for bottom lines but can create ongoing sales tax collection requirements in multiple states....Continued

Taxing Santa Claus – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Santa and others in North Pole, Alaska, could soon have to pay sales tax when they shop online. ...Continued

Avalara Chief Financial Officer Bill Ingram to Join Board of Directors and Ross Tennenbaum to Become Chief Financial Officer on March 31, 2020

Avalara today announced that its CFO, Bill Ingram, will retire March 31, 2020, and he will join the Board of Directors. Ingram will be succeeded by Ross Tennenbaum, Avalara’s executive vice president ...Continued

It’s time to renew your Arizona TPT license

All businesses that have an Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax license must renew it by the end of the year. ...Continued

Sales tax updates in North Carolina

Sales tax exemptions are extended, and the definition of "gross sales" is amended....Continued