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Georgia lowers remote seller sales threshold, eliminates reporting requirement

Georgia's use tax reporting requirement is eliminated and its economic nexus sales threshold is reduced as of January 1, 2020....Continued

April 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

California’s sales tax bait and switch – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Sales tax changes recently adopted by California should simplify compliance in the long run, but not without some headaches....Continued

South Carolina clarifies sales tax obligations for remote sellers and marketplaces

A new law gives weight to a SC Department of Revenue ruling requiring remote sellers and marketplaces to collect sales tax. ...Continued

Attending a trade show can lead to an obligation to collect sales tax

If you attend a trade show in another state, you could be at risk for establishing a sales tax obligation in that state. ...Continued

How to weather the 2019 Texas emergency preparedness supplies sales tax holiday

Is your business prepared for the April 2019 Texas sales tax holiday for emergency preparedness supplies?...Continued

California changes sales tax economic nexus threshold, taxes marketplace providers

The sales and use tax collection requirements that took affect for both in-state and out-of-state sellers in California on April 1, 2019, have changed....Continued

Dealing with sales tax in sales tax-free states

You may have to contend with sales tax even if you're based in a sales tax-free state like Alaska or Oregon....Continued

AvaTax API 19.4 Patch Notes

This article is about the April 2019 monthly update to the AvaTax API....Continued

What businesses need to know about sales tax, consumer use tax, and seller use tax

Do you know the difference between sales tax, consumer use tax, and seller use tax?...Continued