For every taxable transaction making its way through the marketplace, somebody should be collecting sales tax. Judy Vorndran discusses how we got here, the new rules, and how to get compliance right.
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Wondering whether economic nexus has reached your state? Check out Avalara's state-by-state guide to sales tax economic nexus rules.
With renewed focus on state taxes, more businesses are seeking amnesty for past tax transgressions. States want to help.
Colorado's aggressive eSales tax collection rules create a destination sourcing requirement and further imposes statewide local sales tax collection responsibility for any taxpayer with nexus in the state.
All businesses in Colorado will reap rewards from a simpler sales tax system. And for the first time, one is taking shape, spearheaded by the Coalition to Simplify Colorado Sales Tax. Here's a recap of the Coalition successes to date that have led to the active phase we are now entering and your invitation to join the movement.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue updates FAQs to accommodate the differences between federal and Minnesota tax laws.
Nearly 30 states have adopted economic nexus since the Supremes decision in Wayfair ruled physical presence in a state is no longer the sole requisite for sales tax collection. While all provide an exception for small sellers, the exceptions are not all the same.
The Sales Tax Institute takes a closer look at the impact of local taxes on three separate retailers in Illinois.