A new quarter approaches and states are rolling out rate changes at a steady pace. Businesses that collect sales tax in affected areas will need to adjust their accounting procedures accordingly.
State departments of revenue are also doing a bit of housekeeping and have made announcements about direct pay authorization, indirect audit procedures, and paying taxes with credit cards.
Other sales tax news touches on the taxation of electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products, sushi, and more. Read it all!
Sales tax headlines
Alabama Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2014
Georgia Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2014
Georgia Sales Tax Rates for Manufacturers
Idaho Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2014
Indiana: When Alternative Fuels are Subject to Sales Tax
Kansas Reduces Vendor Discounts for Missouri and Nebraska Retailers
Kansas Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2014
Michigan: Indirect Audit Procedures Sanctioned by Law
Minnesota: Is Your Business Eligible for Direct Pay Authorization
Missouri Tobacco Taxes Up in Smoke
Nebraska Sets Prepaid Wireless Tax for 2015
New Jersey, Sushi, and 75%
North Carolina: Could I Have a Fork, Please?
South Dakota: Pay Sales Tax with a Credit Card
Washington DC Tobacco Tax
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