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Texas adopts single local use tax rate for remote sellers as of October 1, 2019

Remote sellers can choose to collect a single local sales tax rate in Texas after economic nexus takes effect on October 1, 2019....Continued

Where do Florida and Missouri currently stand with remote sales tax?

When will Florida and Missouri jump on the economic nexus train?...Continued

When your dog is tangible personal property – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Walking a dog is a taxable service in some states. Sometimes....Continued

California ABC announces big changes at annual Stakeholder Meeting

The California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control is making some pretty big changes to the department, a direct result of a two-year review process rolled up into a multi-year plan....Continued

Remote sellers and marketplaces: Are you ready to collect sales tax on October 1, 2019?

New sales tax obligations for remote sellers and marketplace facilitators take effect in more than a dozen states on October 1, 2019. Is your business prepared?...Continued

Avalara API 19.8 Patch Notes

This article is about the August 2019 monthly update to the Avalara API....Continued

Sensors are changing the world — and likely your taxes

While a lot has changed, one thing hasn’t: As companies roll out IoT applications, they need to consider the tax implications. ...Continued

Do exempt sales count toward state economic nexus thresholds?

Even businesses that deal primarily in exempt transactions can have new registration requirements as a result of the Wayfair ruling and subsequent state economic nexus laws. ...Continued

How small is small enough to sidestep remote sales tax laws?

Senators from New Hampshire and Oregon would like to restrict how states can tax remote sales....Continued

M&A activity and excise tax: Are you prepared?

Understanding and getting ahead of issues that may arise with M&A activity is critical to mitigating potential risk down the road....Continued