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How local taxes can impact small businesses

The Sales Tax Institute takes a closer look at the impact of local taxes on three separate retailers in Illinois.

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Manufacturers and distributors: Size up your sales tax obligations state-by-state

With nexus as well as product and services taxability rules changing in many states, how manufacturers and distributors are taxed could have changed in areas where you do business. Time to size up the impact on your sales.

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TIGTA warns IRS of delayed start to 2019 tax season

Tax reform changes, along with a shortened cycle and missed deadlines, are increasing the risk of a delayed start to the 2019 tax-filing season, according to a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. Read more.

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Will Colorado be ready for its own emergency ruling?

Beginning Dec. 1, how retailers in Colorado collect sales tax will change substantially. Find out how and get prepared.

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IRS issues Q&A on family and medical leave

More answers on how to claim tax reform credit for family and medical leave.

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Taxing anything with wheels, and more: SALT September Roundup

Taxing services, candy and....bikes? Find out some of the more aggressive and recent moves state and local tax authorities are making to up revenue.

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IRS Updates 2018 per diem rates for business travel expenses

New business travel per diem rates take effect Oct. 1, 2018.

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Join the panel discussion on Colorado's state and local tax

If Colorado could clean up its sales and use tax regime, it could climb higher on the Tax Foundation's State Business Tax Climate Index than 18th. We're trying to move the needle. Join Judy Vorndran for a panel discussion on where we are and what comes next in state and local tax.

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