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Let’s get physical in Minnesota (for sales tax purposes only)

It’s tricky to determine nexus, especially for businesses that have a foot (or employee or truck) in more than one state. ...Continued

Massachusetts cookie law likely to crumble

The cookie nexus rule that took effect in Massachusetts on October 1, 2017, served a purpose for a time. Now it’s just empty calories. ...Continued

Pennsylvania applies Wayfair to corporate net income tax

Pennsylvania is using the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. to require remote businesses to report corporate net income tax ....Continued

Kansas: Old law imposes new sales tax requirement on remote sellers

All out-of-state sellers making sales into Kansas must register with the department and collect and remit sales tax starting October 1, 2019....Continued

Do states like to watch remote sellers scramble? Wacky Tax Wednesday

When states enact laws after they're supposed to take effect....Continued

Maryland expands economic nexus, requires marketplaces to collect tax for sellers

New collection requirements for certain tobacco sellers and marketplace facilitators take effect in Maryland on October 1, 2019....Continued

Arizona requires marketplace facilitators and remote sellers to collect tax

Remote sellers and marketplace facilitators are required to collect and remit Arizona’s transaction privilege tax starting October 1, 2019....Continued

One year out: Wayfair and SST converge to shape remote sales tax legislation

As states strive to negotiate the new sales tax landscape, many are turning to the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (SST) for guidance. ...Continued

Will every state tax out-of-state sellers by the end of 2019?

Almost all states with a general sales tax require certain remote sellers to collect and remit it. How long before the rest follow suit?...Continued

Colorado simplifies sales tax for sellers

Colorado is moving ahead with sales tax simplification measures....Continued