SALT Blawg – State and Local Tax Blog
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Just a few months after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the decision of the Tenth Circuit in Direct Mktg. Ass’n v. Brohl -- which upheld Colorado’s sales tax notice and reporting requirements for out-of-state retailers -- a Pennsylvania lawmaker has reintroduced a bill requiring online retailers to notify Pennsylvania purchasers when sales and use tax is due on their purchases.
In 2010, the Colorado legislature enacted a statute which requires a remote retailer that sells products to Colorado customers, but does not collect Colorado sales tax, to notify those ...
Arizona Senate Rejects Proposed Amazon Legislation
The Arizona Senate rejected proposed Amazon legislation, SB 1338, which would have broadened Arizona’s definition of retailer to include any company with a warehouse in the state.
California Revises Publication on Internet Sales, Incorporating eBooks and Apps
The California State Board of Equalization revised Publication 109 regarding Internet Sales, in order to provide guidance on the tax treatment of eBooks and apps. According to the Publication, the transfer of a downloadable ...
Pennsylvania is now attempting to join the list of states which have challenged the use of the so-called Delaware Loophole. In the past, other states have challenged the Delaware Loophole by litigation or by legislation. The legislative remedies involved enacting either combined reporting or disallowing the deduction for the royalty payments. OnWednesday January 25th, House Bill 2150, Printer’s No. 3019 (“Bill 2150”), was introduced into the Pennsylvania Legislature. If enacted,Bill 2150 would amend the Pennsylvania ...