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Is your business prepared for what could be the end of tax-free shopping?

How would your business fare if tax-free shopping were to end? Are you prepared to collect and remit sales tax in all states?...Continued


The flavoured-milk muddle – Wacky Tax Wednesday

"To a modern mind, at least, there are many apparent anomalies" in UK tax law....Continued

Iowa governor proposes taxing online sales, digital goods, other services

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has introduced a sweeping tax reform proposal to extend sales tax to remote sales, digital goods, and services. ...Continued

The CRUSH Files: Blockchain and the decentralization of trust

Renowned futurist and global speaker/author Stefan Hyttfors will join tax professionals and technology experts from around the world as a keynote presenter at CRUSH DC....Continued

Connecticut Department of Revenue Services cracks down on non-collecting sellers and their customers

Connecticut has asked non-collecting sellers to collect sales tax or turn over customer purchase information. It appears many businesses are complying....Continued

Avalara Executive Named to List of Top Channel Chiefs

CRN magazine's Channel Chiefs 2018 list includes Pascal Van Dooren, representing Avalara for the fifth time. ...Continued

5 questions about use tax reporting requirements for non-collecting businesses

You might think you have no legal obligation in states where you aren’t required to collect and remit sales tax. You could be wrong. ...Continued

Amazon to share third-party seller information with Rhode Island

Amazon is going to disclose the name and addresses of its third-party sellers to the Rhode Island tax authority. What does this mean for you?...Continued

An unusual pairing in South Dakota: the higher the remote sales tax revenue, the lower the tax on food – Wacky Tax Wednesday

What does South Dakota's sales tax rate on food have to do with the amount of sales tax revenue collected and remitted by remote sellers? More than you might think....Continued

Video streaming services and the next evolution of OTT: What about taxes?

Networks like Disney, Discovery, and Viacom are making major headlines as they announce new video streaming services, but what does the news signify from a communications tax and regulatory perspectiv...Continued