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Ohio may adopt economic nexus, eliminate click-through nexus and cookie nexus

Ohio may repeal click-through and cookie nexus, adopt economic nexus and a marketplace facilitator law....Continued

Marketplaces required to collect sales tax for sellers in Wisconsin

A new sales tax collection requirement for marketplace facilitators in Wisconsin will affect marketplace sellers, too....Continued

Excise tax reconciliation: Reducing risk through automation

Automating excise tax reconciliation can provide a reliable, long-term solution and minimize the risks associated with manual solutions or outsourcing....Continued

Federal Universal Service Fund contribution increased by 30 percent

It’s important to understand what the FUSF is, why it’s increasing, and how FUSF contributors should ensure they’re following contribution management best practices....Continued

Out-of-state wine retailers find new momentum

Wine retailers that ship to out-of-state consumers can celebrate several wins of late. A huge win at the Supreme Court, a new state opening up in Connecticut, a positive declaratory ruling in Florida,...Continued

Celebrating independence with state-specific sales taxes – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Every state celebrates its independence by putting a unique twist on sales tax....Continued

Sales tax rate changes, July 1, 2019

Local sales and use tax rate changes take effect in many states on July 1, 2019....Continued

June 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

Connecticut lowers small seller exception for remote sellers

The Constitution State has substantially lowered the small seller exception for remote sellers....Continued

Bundling 101: What you need to know

The tax complexity involved with bundling services is challenging, especially for new players entering the space, but can be addressed with proper documentation, planning, and coordination. ...Continued