sales and use tax
The 2018 CFO State Tax Survey: Land of Confusion
States’ adjustments to the federal tax cuts present new obstacles to compliance.
Internet Sales Tax Ruling Seen Boosting States
The Supreme Court decision “should provide a welcome incremental addition to state coffers" over the long term, S&P says.
Avalara Shares Jump On First Day Of Trading
Shares of the Seattle-based sales tax automation company soar after pricing at $24 per share on Wednesday.
Six Steps Remote Sellers Can Take to Prepare for the ‘Wayfair’ Decision
If the Supreme Court reverses Quill, it will drastically impact remote sellers, particularly those selling into the U.S. from foreign countries.
States Fight to Enforce Online Sales and Use Taxes
States are developing new ways to enforce sales and use taxes for online purchases.
Tax-collection Threat Looms for Internet Retailers
A U.S. Supreme Court Justice's opinion and a new Senate bill favor giving the states power to compel internet retailers to collect sales taxes.
Taxing Their Patience
The Affordable Care Act's medical-device tax and a proposed Internet sales tax could rile CFOs in 2014.