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To tax more? Or to tax less? Wacky Tax Wednesday

While some states look to broaden sales tax, others look to carve out more exemptions. ...Continued

Florida, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin step closer to offering sales tax holidays in 2018

Fifteen states are known to be offering sales tax holidays in 2018. Florida, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin may join them....Continued

Remote sales tax legislation cut from spending bill

Congressional efforts to enact remote sales tax legislation before the Supreme Court of the United States rules on the issue crumbled when the omnibus spending bill was enacted without inclusion of th...Continued

Alabama to offer tax amnesty starting July 1

Starting July 1, Alabama will offer a short-term sales tax amnesty program to encourage taxpayers to pay their delinquent taxes....Continued

Amazon to collect Puerto Rico sales tax starting April 1

Amazon will collect and remit sales and use tax in Puerto Rico starting April 1, two weeks before the Supreme Court hears arguments for and against allowing states to tax remote sales....Continued

CRUSH DC Momentum Keeps Building with RSM Joining as Top-Tier Sponsor

RSM US LLP, the nation's leading provider of audit, tax, and consulting services focused on the middle market, is joining CRUSH DC in the top-tier Diamond sponsorship slot....Continued

The CRUSH Files: Avalara CRUSH DC helps you master tax compliance trends

Liz Armbruester, Avalara’s SVP of Customer Success and Compliance, is ramping up for another great Avalara CRUSH event, this time in Washington, D.C....Continued

Challenge to Tennessee economic nexus rule on hold pending Supreme Court ruling

The fate of Tennessee's economic nexus rule may hinge on the Supreme Court's decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc....Continued

Indiana to exempt software as a service, July 2018

The taxability of sales of Software as a Service in Indiana has long been unclear. Not anymore....Continued

When bathing your pet is a medical necessity – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Pet bathing services are taxable in some states. In others, taxability may hinge on the reason for the bath or type of bath provided. ...Continued