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How High Are State and Local Tax Collections in Your State?

The Tax Foundation maps state and local tax collections per capita in each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C. Where does your state stand?

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Sales Tax Exemption Certificates: Collect the Tax or Get the Doc

For every taxable transaction making its way through the marketplace, somebody should be collecting sales tax. Judy Vorndran writing for CPA Practice Advisor discusses how we got here, the new rules, and how to get compliant right.

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[White paper] How to Determine Sales Tax Nexus

Discover why other states want your business to collect sales tax, and what's required.

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Early policy prescriptions for state tax reform in 2019

​As Governors across the United States set out their policy initiatives for 2019, many are taking a close look at the impact of federal tax reform measures on their state, and how other states are coping.

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[Webinar] Sales tax audit survival guide (Free-CPE)

Nobody likes a sales tax audit … unless you’re an auditor. Leading tax expert Judy Vorndran of TaxOps explains what companies can do to avoid costly penalties and keep a business audit-ready.

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Lone Star State gives remote sellers until Oct. 1, 2019 to collect sales tax

One of the most populated states in the union has announced it will enforce economic nexus starting Oct. 1. What do you need to know?

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IRS confirms tax filing season begins Jan. 28

Despite the government shutdown and the 2017 challenges of implementing the biggest tax law changes the nation has seen in more than 30 years, the IRS says tax season will proceed on schedule.

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Which States Rely the Most on Federal Aid?

Which states are most reliance and least reliant on money from the federal government?

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