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Avalara API 20.12.1 Patch Notes

This article is about the second December 2020 update to the Avalara API....Continued

Avalara API 20.12.0 Patch Notes

This article is about the December 2020 monthly update to the Avalara API....Continued

As MSPs grow, so do communications tax complexities

Many managed service providers (MSPs) find themselves unprepared for how new services impact taxes. Get critical insights from communications tax experts on what best-in-class MSPs are doing....Continued

Kentucky finally opens for DTC alcohol shipments, but with a catch

The Kentucky Legislature has approved administrative regulations authorizing out-of-state producers of beer, spirits, and wine to ship directly to consumers in Kentucky....Continued

2021 sales tax changes report examines new business trends and shifting tax landscape

Our 2021 sales tax changes report is a resource for business leaders and tax professionals seeking to better understand the ever-shifting tax landscape. ...Continued

FCC authorizes states to levy suicide prevention 988 hotline fees on voice providers

Learn about the communications tax implications of the new national 988 suicide prevention hotline, and when you can expect to start paying state fees....Continued

Introducing the Avalara Commerce Monitor

The Avalara Commerce Monitor is designed to derive insights and trends for the U.S. economy across each industry vertical based on indexed cohorts of Avalara customers....Continued

How will Brexit impact U.S. sellers and marketplaces?

Brexit, a day of reckoning, will be complete January 1, 2021. What does it mean for U.S. merchants selling into the U.K.?...Continued

Illinois further complicates tax compliance for wineries

Starting January 1, 2021, there will be new local sales tax collection obligations for out-of-state wineries that have economic nexus with Illinois. ...Continued

Illinois requires remote sellers and marketplaces to collect local sales tax starting January 2021

Remote retailers must start collecting local sales tax in Illinois on January 1, 2021. ...Continued