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How delivering groceries can destroy deductions – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Having groceries delivered can be a time-saver for consumers, but it can complicate sales tax compliance for retailers....Continued

More remote sellers and marketplaces to collect Tennessee sales tax starting October 1

Marketplaces and remote sellers with more than $100,000 in Tennessee sales must register to collect and remit sales tax....Continued

Are online classes subject to sales tax?

Offering online classes to students in other states could boost enrollment for many schools. It could also have sales tax implications....Continued

2020 sales tax changes midyear update: Sales tax revenue edition

With COVID-19 gutting state and local coffers, lawmakers may look to increase sales tax collections....Continued

How much time do you spend on sales tax compliance?

Sales tax compliance can be handled manually. But how much time — and suffering — does that take every month? ...Continued

How to handle sales tax on shipping: A state-by-state guide

Now more than ever, retailers rely on shipping to get their goods into the hands of consumers. This state-by-state guide reveals which states tax delivery charges....Continued

Tax relief for people and businesses affected by hurricanes and wildfires

Extensions are available for many businesses and individuals unable to file and pay taxes on time due to a natural disaster....Continued

Colorado aims to simplify local sales tax collection for remote sellers

Technology is key to simplifying remote sales tax compliance in Colorado....Continued

Who’s liable for sales tax when a marketplace sale in California involves a drop shipper?

California's marketplace facilitator law isn't in sync with its rule on drop shipments....Continued