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Remote sellers to tax digital goods in Pennsylvania, April 2019

Remote sellers of digital products may have to collect and remit Pennsylvania sales tax starting April 1, 2019....Continued

Hawaii may increase the sales tax rate … in 2050 – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Is Hawaii planning ahead like a 22-year old with a 401(k), or putting things off in a stellar example of "island time?"...Continued

February 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

More than 20 states aim to make marketplace facilitators collect sales tax for sellers in 2019

The number of states looking to hold marketplace facilitators responsible for collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of all marketplace sellers is steadily increasing. ...Continued

Kansas looks to tax digital goods, remote sales, and marketplace sales

Like Missouri, its neighbor to the east, Kansas is moving toward taxing digital products, remote sales, and marketplace sales. ...Continued

New Mexico may change sales tax sourcing rules, tax marketplace and remote sales and digital goods

Several significant sales tax changes are under consideration in New Mexico, from sourcing rules to taxing remote sales and digital goods....Continued

Tennessee looks to adopt economic nexus, again

Tennessee was one of the first states to adopt economic nexus, but it can't yet require remote retailers to collect and remit sales tax....Continued

State-by-state guide to the taxability of digital products

Where are ebooks, Hulu, and Pandora subject to sales tax?...Continued

Sales tax sourcing: How to find the right rule for every transaction

Before you can figure out which sales tax rates and rules apply to a transaction, you need to figure out how each sale is sourced....Continued

Colorado seeks to simplify sales tax compliance for remote sellers

Several bills under consideration in Colorado would simplify sales tax collection for remote sellers....Continued