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Taxing online sales in the last frontier

Alaska has no statewide sales tax, but more than 100 local governments levy local sales and use taxes. Out-of-state sellers may soon have to collect and remit them. ...Continued

States actively seek non-compliant remote sellers

How do states find out-of-state companies that should have a sales tax permit, but don’t? They go looking for them. ...Continued

The lingering effects of last year on economic nexus

In many states, a tax collection obligation is triggered if you surpassed the threshold during the previous year, even if this year’s sales into the state are below the threshold....Continued

Virginia looks to tax remote sales in mid-2019

Close to 30 states have adopted economic nexus in the wake of Wayfair. Virginia will likely join them in 2019....Continued

Wyoming to tax remote sales starting February 1, 2019

Wyoming's economic nexus law has been on hold since 2017. The Wyoming Department of Revenue now says it will enforce economic nexus starting February 1, 2019....Continued

From 1,500 to one: Texas considers flat sales tax rate for remote sellers

There are more than 1,500 local sales and use tax jurisdictions in Texas, and each has its own sales and use tax rate....Continued

It’s over: South Dakota settles Wayfair lawsuit

The legal battle that led to the demise of the physical presence rule has been settled. Wayfair, Newegg, and Overstock will collect South Dakota sales tax starting January 1....Continued

California steps closer to taxing remote sales

California expects to have a remote sales tax policy in place by the end of the year, but it’s still hammering out the details. ...Continued

Colorado adopts new sales tax collection requirements for in-state sellers in the wake of Wayfair

Starting December 1, Colorado will impose new sales tax collection and filing obligations on both in-state businesses and out-of-state sellers....Continued

Economic nexus goes into effect in five more states starting November 1, 2018

The latest states to enforce economic nexus: Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, and South Dakota....Continued