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November 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

Putting the fun in fun runs (by taking sales tax out) – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Sometimes you have to pay to run. And sometimes you have to pay sales tax to run....Continued

Your holiday shopping sales tax wrap-up

The mad-dash 2019 holiday shopping season is here. Are you ready?...Continued

Utah intent on taxing more services, increasing sales tax on food

The Utah Tax Restructuring and Equalization Task Force is getting pushback on plan to increase sales tax on groceries and expand sales tax to more services....Continued

Why different sales tax rates can apply to similar sales in Illinois

Different sales tax sourcing rules can lead to different sales and use tax rates for similar transactions in Illinois....Continued

Local jurisdictions in state with no sales tax prepare to tax remote sales – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Can cities in Alaska require out-of-state sellers to collect sales tax?...Continued

How to pay consumer use tax in Washington, DC

The District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue is changing its consumer use tax filing process....Continued

New York to remote vendors: register now

The New York Department of Taxation and Finance is catching up with the state's remote sales tax requirements....Continued

When California says you owe it $1.6 million in back sales tax – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Imagine you’ve been selling through an online marketplace for years but haven’t collected sales tax outside of your home state because you thought you didn’t have to. ...Continued

Nebraska waives sales tax penalties for remote sellers, sets firm compliance deadline

The Nebraska Department of Revenue is in a generous mood, but it won't last past January 20, 2020....Continued