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As New York enforces economic nexus, governor seeks "internet fairness tax"

In addition to enforcing economic nexus on remote sellers, New York may require marketplace providers to collect sales tax on behalf of their third-party sellers....Continued

New York responds to Wayfair, taxes remote sales

The New York Department of Taxation and Finance has decided to enforce economic nexus and tax remote sales. ...Continued

Economic nexus laws may expose taxpayers to past tax liability

With remote seller sales tax laws sweeping the nation, businesses are taking a closer look at where they need to be collecting and remitting sales tax....Continued

Pennsylvania responds to Supreme Court ruling on remote sales tax

Many out-of-state sellers will have to start collecting and remitting Pennsylvania sales tax starting July 1, 2019....Continued

Will Congress take on remote sales tax in 2019?

Congress has talked about remote sales tax for decades without ever agreeing on a law — and may have missed an opportunity not easily regained....Continued

Wyoming may make marketplace facilitators collect sales tax

Marketplace facilitators may be required to collect and remit Wyoming sales tax on behalf of their sellers starting July 1, 2019. ...Continued

Monthly Roundup: Sales tax laws you need to know

While you focus on your business, we stay on top of legislative and policy changes that can affect your sales tax compliance....Continued

2 more states require marketplace facilitators to collect sales tax, January 2019

Alabama and Iowa join a growing list of states requiring marketplace facilitators to collect and remit sales tax on behalf of third-party sellers. ...Continued

New year brings new remote seller sales tax collection obligations in 7 states

New economic nexus and marketplace facilitator sales tax policies take effect in six states and the District of Columbia on January 1, 2019....Continued

Texas to tax remote sales starting October 2019

Starting October 1, 2019, out-of-state businesses with at least $500,000 in Texas sales will have to collect and remit Texas sales tax....Continued