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Sales tax rate changes, June 2020

Local sales tax rate changes take effect in several states on June 1, 2020....Continued

New York may allow distilleries to obtain DTC licenses

If the bill passes, it would authorize direct intrastate and interstate shipment of liquor and create a new DTC license for distilleries that allows direct shipments to consumers via common carrier. ...Continued

Avalara API 20.5 Patch Notes

This article is about the May 2020 monthly update to the Avalara API....Continued

Avalara Announces 20 Newly Certified Integrations into Business Applications

Avalara today announced the release of 20 newly certified integrations with accounting, ERP, ecommerce, point-of-sale, mobile commerce, and CRM software applications....Continued

Retail’s new reality: Digital-first, fluid, and agile

New report shows how technology can help create a better customer experience....Continued

Beyond TV and movies: Communications tax for other streaming services

From interactive home exercise equipment to live-stream gaming to any company providing telehealth services, thousands of businesses potentially stand to be impacted by streaming taxes....Continued

Washington recognizes “tax gap between genders,” exempts tampons

Feminine hygiene products are exempt from Washington sales tax starting July 1, 2020....Continued

Why going global may be the best response to COVID-19

Overcome new challenges and gain global clients. Learn more in the webinar....Continued

It’s official! Louisiana to enforce economic nexus starting July 1, 2020

As of July 1, Louisiana will be one of 43 states (plus Washington, D.C. and parts of Alaska) to enforce economic nexus. ...Continued

5 states considering marketplace facilitator legislation

Marketplace facilitators are liable for sales tax on third-party sales in all but five states — all of which now have marketplace facilitator legislation in the pipeline....Continued