Colorado will no longer require remote sellers, “retailers without physical presence or with only incidental physical presence,” to have local licenses in the state’s approximately 70 home-rule cities.
Use this state by state guide to find each state\’s initial guidance on how to proceed post-Wayfair, state resources such as FAQs, and any state activity such as going through a legislative process that impacts remote sellers.
Professionals tasked with keeping their companies and clients sales tax compliant must be prepared to manage changes in the landscape in stride. With insight from four sales tax experts, we examine four 2022 sales tax trends you should know that could have big impacts on your operations.
In the US Supreme Court decision, South Dakota v. Wayfair, it was made clear that taxing sales from out-of-state sellers cannot be applied retroactively and electronic cookies do not constitute physical presence according to the Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board in a recent ruling.
Puerto Rico established in January of 2021 that businesses making more than $100,000 in total gross sales or at least 200 transactions in Puerto Rico annually are required to register with the Puerto Rico Department of Treasury and collect and remit Puerto Rico sales tax.
Key information such as effective dates, thresholds, and includable sales for out-of-state sellers making sales into states that have enacted economic nexus legislation both before and after the South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme Court decision.
A series of rules originally passed by the parliament of British Columbia in February 2020 that imposed Provincial Sales Tax collection requirements on businesses located outside of the province have come into effect as of April 1, 2021.
Learn why managing local taxes is such a large challenge for taxpayers post-Wayfair and about local efforts to simplify compliance. This is part 4 of our 5 part series on three years of the Wayfair decision.
Dive into how the sales tax landscape has changed for marketplace facilitators and sellers following South Dakota v. Wayfair. This is part 3 of our 5 part series on three years of the Wayfair decision.