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Sales tax rate changes, April 2020

Local sales tax rates in more than a dozen states will change April 1, 2020....Continued

Avalara Appoints Brian Sharples to its Board of Directors

Avalara today announced the appointment of global business leader and strategist Brian Sharples to its board of directors....Continued

Avalara API 20.3 Patch Notes

This article is about the March 2020 monthly update to the Avalara API....Continued

How to get started in ecommerce

Ecommerce provides a viable alternative for businesses forced to close their doors to slow the spread of COVID-19....Continued

How COVID-19 is impacting sales tax filing

A state-by-state guide to sales tax filing extensions and penalty waivers offered to businesses affected by COVID-19....Continued

Maryland could soon tax digital products and digital advertising

Digital products could be subject to Maryland sales and use tax starting July 1, 2020....Continued

Puerto Rico temporarily exempts products to slow spread of COVID-19

Face masks, vinyl gloves, and other items that may help slow the spread of the new coronavirus are temporarily exempt from Puerto Rico sales tax....Continued

5 suggestions for alcohol agencies operating in a pandemic

A list of ideas and best practices agencies can employ to help make it easier for agency employees to do their jobs remotely. ...Continued

Vail suspends sales tax collections to battle economic impact of COVID-19

Pausing sales tax collections is one way to help businesses experiencing declining sales due to the coronavirus....Continued

COVID-19 shifts scales for Amazon sellers and suppliers

The COVID-19 pandemic is increasing sales of certain essential items. This may create new tax obligations for some Amazon sellers and suppliers. ...Continued