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Marketplace facilitators could soon be responsible for tax on third-party sales in North Carolina

North Carolina's getting closer to making marketplace facilitators liable for tax on their marketplace sales....Continued

New York updates sales tax guidance for marketplace providers

It's hard to keep up with sales tax requirements for remote sellers and marketplace facilitators — especially when tax departments wait months to update their guidelines....Continued

Will 2020 be the year Florida taxes remote sales?

Well Florida? Will you, or won't you?...Continued

Don’t sweat sales tax – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Antiperspirant and deodorant are sometimes necessary. Are they also exempt?...Continued

Marketplace facilitators to collect Hawaii sales tax for third-party sellers

Learn what marketplace facilitators need to do to be tax compliant in Hawaii....Continued

The plot thickens: Minnesota’s taxable and nontaxable detective services

Why are some services taxable and some exempt? It's not elementary....Continued

States that tax — and ban — vapor products

Some states tax vapor products. Some states now ban them. And some states do both....Continued

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

How does DC tax a soft drink? Let me count the ways – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Is one way of taxing a sweet beverage better than another? ...Continued

When exactly do marketplace facilitators need to collect Wisconsin sales tax?

Are marketplace providers liable for Wisconsin sales tax as of October 1, 2018? Or is it January 1, 2020?...Continued