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How to simplify local sales tax compliance in the post-Wayfair world

Some states are developing ways to simplify local sales tax collection and remittance for remote sellers....Continued

World responds to coronavirus with tax breaks and extensions

States are starting to offer tax relief for those affected by the coronavirus. Worldwide, a growing number of countries are doing the same....Continued

Wisconsin may eliminate its economic nexus transaction threshold

Several states have already eliminated their economic nexus transactions threshold. Wisconsin could be next....Continued

Dishing up tax on delivery fees – Wacky Tax Wednesday

In Nebraska, some food delivery fees are subject to sales tax, but others are exempt. ...Continued

Virginia exempts gun safes from sales tax

Virginia has enacted several gun-safety laws, including one that creates a sales tax exemption for gun safes....Continued

The future of New Mexico’s Small Business Saturday is secure

Small businesses in New Mexico will have their own sales tax holiday on the day after Thanksgiving....Continued

States must exempt internet access fees starting July 1, 2020

The handful of states that tax internet access fees must soon exempt them....Continued

From data analysis to whistleblowers: How states uncover noncompliant sellers

Grace periods are over: States now expect companies in other states to comply with economic nexus laws....Continued

The CRUSH Files: Avalara CRUSH is a new home for Developer Heroes

Sara Simrell talks with us about how #AvalaraCRUSH can help turn developers into company heroes....Continued

Life lessons from lemonade stands – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Running a lemonade stand may be more complicated than you think....Continued