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Alabama Supreme Court rules software is subject to sales and use tax

The Supreme Court of Alabama has ruled sales tax applies to all software sales in the state....Continued

Taxing sales of SaaS in the post Wayfair world

Companies that sell software as a service, or SaaS, may think the recent Supreme Court of the United States decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. doesn’t impact them. But it can....Continued

Software as a service subject to Rhode Island sales tax starting October 1, 2018

Starting October 1, 2018, SaaS will be subject to sales and use tax in Rhode Island. ...Continued

Kentucky clarifies taxability of prewritten computer software

Kentucky has changed its definition of prewritten computer software....Continued

Indiana to exempt software as a service, July 2018

The taxability of sales of Software as a Service in Indiana has long been unclear. Not anymore....Continued

Virginia won’t be taxing Netflix for now

At least one Virginia lawmaker believes the state should tax streaming services such as those provided by Hulu, Netflix, and Spotify....Continued