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Avalara Helps Merchants Manage Business Licensing and Tax Registration

Avalara Licensing is a new service that allows businesses to easily obtain required business licenses and sales tax registrations....Continued

Can states hold remote sellers liable for back sales tax?

States could require remote sellers to remit tax on sales that predate their economic nexus laws, but should they?...Continued

October 2018 sales tax changes

New sales tax rates, exemptions, and taxes take effect in numerous states on October 1, 2018....Continued

Hurricane Florence tax relief

Individuals and businesses impacted by Hurricane Florence may qualify for tax relief....Continued

Nexus Monday: A day of sales tax reckoning

Nexus Monday doesn’t promise basement prices for customers or record-breaking profits for sellers. For 11 states, it’s a day of reckoning for non-collecting retailers....Continued

Upcoming sales tax changes in the District of Columbia

Several notable changes related to sales and use tax will take effect in the District of Columbia on October 1, 2018, including a general sales tax rate change....Continued

Physical presence still matters when it comes to sales tax

Despite the dominance of economic nexus in sales tax news, physical presence remains the predominant sales tax collection trigger....Continued

Avalara MyLodgeTax Introduces New API for Streamlined Customer Onboarding at Rezfest 2018

The new API allows vacation rental homeowners, hosts, and property managers to easily transfer property information from participating vacation rental platforms directly to MyLodgeTax....Continued

When the right revenue ends up in the wrong place – Wacky Tax Wednesday

With more than 12,000 different sales tax jurisdictions in the United States, it’s a wonder any business remits the correct amount of tax to the proper jurisdiction at the right time. ...Continued

eBay to collect sales tax in Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Washington in 2019

Online marketplace eBay will collect and remit sales tax on behalf of sellers in three states next year — a list that's likely to grow as more states impose tax obligations on marketplace facilitators...Continued