Shopping online during the holidays? South Dakota reminds taxpayers they may owe use tax on internet orders from out-of-state vendors.
The Colorado Department of Revenue welcomed Cyber Monday with a use tax reminder for Colorado residents who shop online.
The Pennsylvania Legislature is considering taxing remote sellers, or having them comply with use tax reporting requirements.
Indiana has filed suit against two out-of-state sellers for not collecting sales tax. It hopes to be able to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Active duty soldiers can already shop tax-free at the Exchange. Soon that privilege will be extended to honorably discharged veterans' online purchases.
A hearing on H.R. 2887 reveals a schism not just on the issue of taxing remote sales, but on the balance of power between the federal government and states.
Colorado has published a regulation clarifying the state’s notice and reporting requirements for non-collecting retailers that took effect July 1, 2017. It's worth a close read.
Both Indiana and Wyoming are facing legal action over their new economic nexus laws, which took effect July 1, 2017. The laws are now under an injunction.