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    Tennessee governor proposes cutting sales tax on groceries, raising gas tax

Tennessee governor proposes cutting sales tax on groceries, raising gas tax

Gov. Haslam of Tennessee wants to lower the tax on groceries and increase the tax on gas.
By |January 19th, 2017|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|

Outgoing West Virginia governor proposes sales tax increase

Outgoing Gov. Tomblin urges Legislature to raise sales tax and eliminate the exemption for telecommunications services.
By |January 12th, 2017|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|

Tennessee tax relief available for wildfire victims

Sevier County residents may be eligible for a refund for Tennessee sales tax paid on major appliances and furniture damaged or destroyed by the fires.

Philadelphia beverage tax hard to swallow

As of January 1, 2017, soda and a bevy of other sweetened beverages sold in Philadelphia are subject to the Philadelphia Beverage Tax (PBT).

North Dakota sales tax rate changes, January 2017

A number of local sales, use, and gross receipts tax rate changes took effect in North Dakota on January 1, 2017.

Indiana clarifies taxability of cloud computing services

As technology evolves, so must sales and use tax policies.
By |December 29th, 2016|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|

Philadelphia soda tax stands

A case challenging Philadelphia's soda tax, which is set to take effect on January 1, 2017, has been dismissed in its entirety.
By |December 22nd, 2016|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|

Airbnb to collect Arizona lodging tax, January 2017

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Airbnb have announced “a partnership to streamline the home sharing economy.”
By |December 21st, 2016|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|

Chicago to tax bags in 2017

To encourage Chicagoans to bring their own bags, Chicago has created a checkout bag tax.
By |December 21st, 2016|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|

North Carolina expands sales tax on services, January 2017

In 2017, many taxable repair, maintenance, and installation services on real property and digital property are subject to North Carolina sales and use tax.
By |December 19th, 2016|Sales Tax News|0 Comments|