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Compliance with Use Tax Reporting Laws Begins July 1, 2017

Since the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal about a Colorado use tax reporting law last December, the states of Louisiana and Vermont, in ... read more >

Modernizing the Tax Sales Tax System or Just Another Tax Hike?

As state legislators and governors argue over new budgets, you will often hear or read stories about the need to modernize the sales tax system. The justification ... read more >

Governor Tom Wolf Proposes New State Budget for 2017-2018

On Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf presented his budget to the state legislature. While the Governor announced that he was not ... read more >

Pennsylvania Taxes Digital Downloads

Beginning August 1, 2016, the movies and music you have been downloading just got 6% to 8% more expensive for Pennsylvanians. As part of the new budget, ... read more >

South Dakota Adopts Sales and Use Tax, Economic Nexus Law

Effective May 1, 2016, any seller who does not have a physical presence in the state of South Dakota and meets one of the following criteria in the previous ... read more >

Massachusetts Offers Tax Amnesty

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is offering tax amnesty once again from April 1 through May 31, 2016 for most taxes collected by the Massachusetts Department ... read more >

Sales and Use Tax Audits: Are You Ready?

As states such as Pennsylvania struggle to pass budgets that limit tax increases and still meet the needs of a growing government, many tax professionals ... read more >

Alabama Enacts Economic Nexus Rules for Sales Tax

Twenty-three years ago the United States Supreme Court in Quill v. North Dakota established the current standard under which a state can impose its sales ... read more >

Pennsylvania Budget Update - PA Still Without a Budget

Pennsylvanians who have been following the budget negotiations between the Republican-controlled legislature and the Democrat Governor, Tom Wolf, are hardly ... read more >