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How working from home during — and after — the pandemic may impact income tax nexus

Many states say relief from income tax nexus for temporary teleworkers will terminate once the COVID-19 crisis passes....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

Colorado simplifies sales tax for sellers

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

Tennessee to tax out-of-state sales starting July 1, 2019

After years of keeping its sales tax economic nexus law on ice, Tennessee is ready to enforce it....Continued

Oklahoma mixes new economic nexus law with old reporting option for marketplace facilitators

Oklahoma is poised to mix and match old and new remote seller sales tax laws....Continued

Iowa removes transaction threshold for out-of-state sellers

Iowa is simplifying sales and use tax compliance for remote sellers....Continued

Georgia lowers remote seller sales threshold, eliminates reporting requirement

Georgia's use tax reporting requirement is eliminated and its economic nexus sales threshold is reduced as of January 1, 2020....Continued

California’s sales tax bait and switch – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Sales tax changes recently adopted by California should simplify compliance in the long run, but not without some headaches....Continued

South Carolina clarifies sales tax obligations for remote sellers and marketplaces

A new law gives weight to a SC Department of Revenue ruling requiring remote sellers and marketplaces to collect sales tax. ...Continued