Nebraska working out kinks on its economic nexus and use tax reporting measure.
Commissioner of Revenue Services Kevin Sullivan believes that it is time to close the loophole that enables many remote retailers to sell to Connecticut consumers without collecting and remitting Connecticut sales and use tax.
Vermont enacted an economic nexus law in May 2016, but it won't take effect until the taxation of interstate sales is addressed by Congress or the Supreme Court of the United States.
Amazon purchases will be subject to Idaho tax beginning April 1, 2017. Where will Amazon decide to collect next: Hawaii or Maine?
Maryland lawmakers are considering economic nexus legislation. If enacted, it would enable the state to tax more remote sales.
Indiana lawmakers are considering a bill that would require certain internet sellers to collect and remit tax.
Amazon purchases will be subject to New Mexico tax beginning April 1, 2017.
Lawmakers in the Mississippi Senate succeeded in killing a proposed bill that would have required certain out-of-state sellers with a “substantial economic presence” in the state to collect and remit Mississippi sales and use tax.
Washington has introduced measures that would broaden the state's definition of nexus and allow the state to tax more out-of-state vendors.