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New Hampshire says other states must reimburse remote sales tax collection costs

If other states want New Hampshire businesses to collect sales tax, they'll have to pay them to do it....Continued

Certified Service Provider programs for remote sales tax compliance

More than half the states are working to facilitate sales tax compliance for remote sellers and reduce its cost....Continued

Massachusetts close to enacting economic nexus, marketplace facilitator law

Massachusetts will soon enforce South-Dakota-style economic nexus and require marketplaces to collect tax on third-party sales....Continued

More states develop Certified Service Providers programs for remote sales tax compliance

At least four states have or are developing their own CSP programs to facilitate sales tax compliance for remote sellers. SST states also have a CSP program....Continued

More states allow businesses to absorb sales tax

Two more states are allowing businesses to absorb sales tax....Continued

Ohio adopts South Dakota-style economic nexus

Ohio has updated its remote seller sales tax laws by adopting economic nexus and repealing click-through nexus and cookie nexus....Continued

Connecticut to tax digital products, plastic bags, and more

Connecticut's recent sales tax changes include higher fees on Uber rides and an exemption for homes with crumbling foundations....Continued

Will Kansas require remote retailers to collect sales tax in October 2019?

If Kansas acts as expected, there may soon be only two states that don't require remote sellers to collect sales tax....Continued

2019 summer sales tax holidays

July and August are usually big months for sales tax holidays. Is your business ready?...Continued

Rhode Island to tax digital goods and exempt tampons

Product taxability laws are flip-flopping in Rhode Island. ...Continued