Oklahoma’s sales and use tax rule change on multi-level sales details that if the products are not sold from the multi-level vendor in their original form and packaging to the distributor, then the distributor is required to collect tax on the sales price of the final product that is sold to the consumer.
In the Internet age, the ability to make online sales is king. No matter if you’re a traditional brick and mortar store that decides to expand into online sales or a new ecommerce business, online sales offer an immense opportunity…
The Appellate Court of Illinois affirmed a lower court’s finding that a retailer’s sales of appliances were not exempt as installations into real property from ROT despite the retailer’s installation of the appliances.
Effective February 1, 2020, an auctioneer that meets the definition of a marketplace facilitator and meets either of the state’s marketplace nexus thresholds is required to collect and remit North Carolina sales and use tax.