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The bumpy road to taxing transportation services in Georgia – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Taxi services used to be subject to sales tax in Georgia, but Lyft and Uber rides weren't. How did they all come to be treated the same?...Continued

Jayme Fishman Joins Avalara as Executive Vice President of Corporate Development

Avalara today announced the appointment of tax technology and consulting veteran Jayme Fishman as its new executive vice president of corporate development. ...Continued

New remote finance team? Automation can help

Cloud computing solutions are generally more flexible, mobile, and secure than on-site systems — and essential when employees work from home....Continued

Louisiana releases updated guidance for wine direct shippers

There is new tax compliance information for out-of-state DTC wine shippers doing business in Louisiana. ...Continued

COVID-19 surcharges subject to South Carolina sales tax

Because of the coronavirus, some businesses are adding fees to deliveries, pickup orders, and takeout meals. In South Carolina, such fees are taxable....Continued

States where breweries, distilleries, retailers, and wineries can ship DTC

Where can you ship beer, wine, and spirits directly to consumers?...Continued

When contemplating construction services makes them taxable – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Sometimes, just thinking about doing a construction job can be enough to make an exempt land management service taxable....Continued

Avalara named a finalist for 2020 SaaS Awards

Avalara has been named a finalist for the Software as a Service Awards in the category of Best SaaS Product for Business Accounting or Finance....Continued

Are face masks exempt during sales tax holidays?

Florida has decided to exempt face masks during the sales tax holiday that starts August 7. Will other states do the same?...Continued

July Roundup: Sales tax laws you need to know

While you focus on your business, we stay on top of legislative and policy changes that can affect your sales tax compliance....Continued