Beginning July 1, 2017, Virginia will require any out-of-state dealer who owns tangible personal property in the state that is for sale to collect and remit Virginia sales and use tax.
Arkansans have only a few more days to enjoy tax-free shopping on Amazon (remember to pay that use tax).
A bill making its way through the Wyoming Legislature requires out-of-state sellers that do not have a physical presence in Wyoming to collect and remit Wyoming sales and use tax, “as if the seller had a physical presence in this state.”
New Mexico considers instituting a tax on remote sales.
The South Carolina Senate has overwhelmingly approved legislation requiring certain out-of-state sellers to register with the state to collect and remit South Carolina sales and use tax
Mississippi is getting serious about going after remote sales tax revenue.
The Hawaii Legislature is considering four bills that would increase tax revenue from remote sales.
Tax automation software can’t predict which states will expand the definition of nexus or if the Supreme Court will reconsider Quill. It can facilitate sales and use tax compliance for businesses of all sizes in all states.
Vermont legislators are considering a bill that would impose additional requirements on certain noncollecting remote vendors.