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COVID-19 sales tax relief in Washington state

Tax relief is automatic for monthly and annual filers, but monthly filers must request it....Continued

You can't offer "contact-free" if you don't ship DDP

To survive during the pandemic, businesses are focusing on online sales and relying on shipping companies more than ever before. ...Continued

Steve Lacoff moves to General Manager role at Avalara for Communications

As General Manager of Avalara for Communications, Steve Lacoff is now responsible for overall strategic direction and business unit growth as he guides a large, cross-functional team....Continued

COVID-19 sales tax relief in Maryland

Maryland taxpayers have until July 15, 2020, to file and pay sales tax for the February, March, April, May, and June reporting periods....Continued

Excise taxes and fuel delivery services: What companies need to know

Mobile refueling services are the latest innovation in an era of ease and convenience. But complications have the potential to put unprepared companies in a difficult position come tax time. ...Continued

The world needs face masks: What you need to know about sales tax when selling new products

Offering high-demand products can be good for society and your business, but it's not without sales tax risk....Continued

COVID-19 sales tax relief in Alabama

Alabama was one of the first states to provide sales tax relief to certain businesses adversely affected by COVID-19. ...Continued

COVID-19 prompts talk of sales tax holidays in Washington state

Could sales tax holidays help small businesses in Washington recover from economic hardship caused by COVID-19?...Continued

Kentucky’s new DTC law provides a welcome opportunity for wineries, breweries, and distilleries

The new law will officially open Kentucky to off-site and on-site shipments from licensed wineries, breweries, and distilleries....Continued

Does working from home during COVID-19 pandemic create sales tax nexus?

Some of us are working from home for the first time. What does that mean for our companies’ sales tax nexus footprint?...Continued