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Rhode Island responds to Wayfair decision

Rhode Island has published FAQs to help remote sellers understand the impact of the “Wayfair decision” on their Rhode Island tax reporting obligation. ...Continued

States with South Dakota–style economic nexus laws

A growing number of states are adopting and enforcing South Dakota-style economic nexus laws to increase remote sales tax collections....Continued

State and federal lawmakers rally in response to Supreme Court sales tax ruling

A bill to regulate the way states tax interstate commerce has been introduced in Congress....Continued

Wisconsin to enforce Wayfair-style economic nexus rule starting October 2018

Wisconsin will require remote sellers to collect and remit sales or use tax on taxable sales into Wisconsin starting October 1, 2018....Continued

Alabama to enforce remote sales tax collections starting October 1, 2018

Alabama has required remote sellers to collect and remit tax since January 2016, but it couldn't enforce collections. Until now....Continued

Hawaii taxes out-of-state sellers as of July 1, 2018

Hawaii says it is enforcing its economic nexus law beginning July 1, 2018....Continued

Business as usual in Massachusetts after Supreme Court ruling on sales tax

Massachusetts says its internet vendor sales tax regulation is not affected by the Supreme Court ruling on South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ...Continued

Vermont to require remote sellers to collect sales tax starting July 1, 2018

Remote sellers that do a certain amount of business in Vermont must register with the state and collect and remit sales and use tax starting July 1, 2018....Continued

States react to Supreme Court repeal of physical presence rule

The Supreme Court overruled the physical presence standard, opening the door for states to tax sales by out-of-state businesses. States prepare to act....Continued

States to watch in the wake of the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Supreme Court ruling

SCOTUS has found Quill's physical presence rule to be "unsound and incorrect." How will this decision impact your sales tax obligations in other states?...Continued