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July 2020 sales tax holidays

Two states have a sales tax holiday for clothing and school supplies in July: Mississippi and Tennessee....Continued

Nevada may soon offer a tax amnesty program

Nevada Governor Sisolak wants to create a tax amnesty program to help fill a hole in the state budget....Continued

North Carolina clarifies marketplace facilitator law and more

All in-state marketplaces and remote marketplaces with economic nexus must collect and remit sales tax in North Carolina, including food-delivery marketplaces....Continued

Tennessee lowers economic nexus threshold from $500,000 to $100,000

Many retailers not currently collecting sales and use tax in Tennessee will need to register with the Tennessee Department of Revenue on or after October 1, 2020. ...Continued

Survey reveals state of finance during COVID-19

Avalara partnered with Zuora to survey hundreds of finance professionals in the U.S. and abroad to learn about COVID-19’s impact on their work and understand how their priorities have changed....Continued

Vermont may repeal certain reporting requirements for non-collecting vendors

Vermont is looking to repeal some, but not all, reporting requirements for non-collecting vendors....Continued

Kathleen Weslock Joins Avalara as Chief Human Resources Officer

Avalara today announced the appointment of human resources veteran Kathleen Weslock as its new chief human resources officer. ...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

What our data has to say about COVID-19’s impact on consumer spending in April

Avalara sees transaction data for thousands of customers around the world. We continued to explore our data to understand the impact of COVID-19 on our customers, and unearthed interesting insights....Continued

Chicago closes loophole, taxes remote DTC wine sales starting July 2020

In a significant departure from prior policy, wineries must collect Chicago liquor tax on sales made directly to consumers with a Chicago address....Continued