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New Bill Could Further Simplify Sales Tax Collection for Remote Sellers

A bipartisan bill was introduced in response to the US Supreme Court's Wayfair decision this past June. In that decision, the Supreme Court ruled that certain remote sellers should remit taxes for multiple states, not just their home state. ...

Bipartisan Bill Seeks To Slow States' Ability To Collect Sales Tax From Online Retailers

A bill introduced by Congress will seek to put the brakes on the ability of states to require remote sellers to collect sales tax on transactions completed through the internet.  The bill is in response to the June Supreme Court ruling that...

Alabama's Internet Sales Tax Plan

The Alabama Department of Revenue set an Oct. 1 deadline for remote sellers with more than $250,000 in annual sales to sign up for the Alabama Simplified Sellers Use Tax Program (SSUT) and start collecting sales tax.  Additionally, Marketplace...

Wisconsin Announces Oct. 1 to Begin Internet Sales Tax Collection

Moving fast, Wisconsin is one of the first states in the US set to require out-of-state businesses to collect sales tax.  Wisconsin's levy begins Oct. 1.  The US Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. has provided states the...

Recent Supreme Court Decision Does Not Mandate Immediate Sales Tax Collection

The South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. sales tax decision by the US Supreme Court does not mean all online vendors must begin collecting sales tax immediately.

Arizona Joins List Of States Shuffling To Adjust To New Sales Tax Codes

Lawmakers in the state of Arizona are extremely interested in the possibility of increased revenue that may be available due to the recent Supreme Court sales tax ruling but are adamant in their stance that they do not intend to allow the...

California Anxious To Collect Hundreds Of Millions In Sales Tax Revenue Resulting From Recent Change In Federal Law

The state of California had already undertaken measures of their own to collect more sales tax from online retailers a few months before a recent ruling from the Supreme Court provided states with the authority to do so. 

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Plans Push Back Against Supreme Court Internet Sales Tax Ruling

The state of New Hampshire is pushing back against a recent ruling by the United States Supreme Court that determined e-commerce websites will now be responsible for collecting sales tax from out of state customers. 

Supreme Court Ruling On Internet Sales Tax Could Become Major Headache For Smaller E-Commerce Websites

The recent ruling by the United States Supreme Court that will now require online retailers to collect sales tax on all applicable transactions is expected to cause more than just a few headaches for many smaller e-commerce websites.  The...

Oklahoma Sales Tax Bill Makes Way Through House

The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved a last-minute measure earlier this month that would require third-party retailers conducting business online to collect sales tax when selling their wares to Oklahoma residents.