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COVID-19 surcharges subject to South Carolina sales tax

Because of the coronavirus, some businesses are adding fees to deliveries, pickup orders, and takeout meals. In South Carolina, such fees are taxable....Continued

Are face masks exempt during sales tax holidays?

Florida has decided to exempt face masks during the sales tax holiday that starts August 7. Will other states do the same?...Continued

July 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

Taxing Tomorrow: States reshape nexus laws for remote employees

States reconsider how nexus laws apply to remote workers as mandatory work-from-home orders transition to voluntary work-from-home decisions....Continued

Sales tax holidays in the time of COVID-19

Whether students return to the classroom or learn from home, states that provide back-to-school sales tax holidays will offer them as planned....Continued

DC explores taxing sales of advertising and personal information

A growing number of states are interested in broadening sales tax to advertising services....Continued

The future of COVID-19 sales tax relief in Arizona, Louisiana, and Michigan

With no end to COVID-19 in sight, some states are extending sales tax relief programs for certain businesses....Continued

Design an online store experience, not just an online store

How technology can help enhance the online shopping experience....Continued

Vendor discounts for filing sales tax on time in 2020

If the threat of penalties and interest charges doesn’t motivate you to file and remit sales tax on time, perhaps a timely filing incentive will....Continued

Louisiana increases sales tax kickback to timely filers

Close to 30 states encourage businesses to file and remit sales tax on time with vendor discounts....Continued