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How sales tax can encourage disaster preparedness and recovery

Weather-related disasters cost the United States more than $1.6 trillion last year. Can sales tax help with disaster preparedness and recovery?...Continued

Maryland expands economic nexus, requires marketplaces to collect tax for sellers

New collection requirements for certain tobacco sellers and marketplace facilitators take effect in Maryland on October 1, 2019....Continued

May 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

Arizona requires marketplace facilitators and remote sellers to collect tax

Remote sellers and marketplace facilitators are required to collect and remit Arizona’s transaction privilege tax starting October 1, 2019....Continued

Colorado simplifies sales tax for sellers

Colorado is moving ahead with sales tax simplification measures....Continued

Will every state tax out-of-state sellers by the end of 2019?

Almost all states with a general sales tax require certain remote sellers to collect and remit it. How long before the rest follow suit?...Continued

Tennessee to tax out-of-state sales starting July 1, 2019

After years of keeping its sales tax economic nexus law on ice, Tennessee is ready to enforce it....Continued

U.S. Supreme Court ruling could thwart state attempts to block other states' remote sales tax laws

A recent Supreme Court decision could make it harder for a state to shield businesses from an obligation to collect sales tax in another state. ...Continued

Marketplace facilitators to collect single sales tax rate on behalf of sellers in Texas

Texas may soon require marketplace facilitators to collect sales tax and establish a single local sales and use tax rate....Continued

Oklahoma mixes new economic nexus law with old reporting option for marketplace facilitators

Oklahoma is poised to mix and match old and new remote seller sales tax laws....Continued