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It’s official: South Dakota to tax remote sales starting November 1, 2018

The injunction preventing South Dakota from enforcing its economic nexus law has been dissolved. The state will start taxing remote sales on November 1....Continued

Tax reform task force to Arkansas: Tax magazine subscriptions, not car washes – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Why would a tax reform task force dwell on the magazine subscriptions and car washes? ...Continued

Colorado adopts South Dakota-style economic nexus starting December 2018

In the wake of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., Colorado will soon require certain out-of-state sellers to collect and remit Colorado sales and use tax. ...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

SD-WAN providers: Are you prepared for potential telecom taxation?

If you're thinking of expanding your services to include SD-WAN, consider the potential impacts and complexities of telecom taxation. ...Continued

What a sales tax audit for a small business looks like

A lot of fears about audits stem from a lack of knowledge. When you know more about what a sales tax audit involves, you’ll breathe a little easier (we hope)....Continued

Montana reacts to Wayfair decision

Montana's reaction to the Wayfair decision is quite different from its fellow non-sales-tax state, New Hampshire....Continued

Arkansas tax reform task force recommends South Dakota–style economic nexus

According to a Tax Reform Task Force, Arkansas should adopt economic nexus to tax more remote sales....Continued

5 surprising ways to trigger a tax collection obligation

Physical presence in another state can be established in unexpected ways, especially when employees or independent contractors are involved....Continued

New Hampshire on the hunt for fraudulent tax bills

New Hampshire urges businesses to alert their attorneys if they get a sales tax bill from another state....Continued