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March 1, 2012 Sales Tax Rate Changes

March 01, 2012

March 2012 March 2012 By Angel Sauer Sales Tax Research Team Leader In Alabama, the sales and use tax rate increased for the town of Ragland. In Arizona, the sales tax rate increased for the county of La Pas. In Oklahoma, the sales tax rate decreased for the county of Kingfisher. In West Virginia,
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Spot-On Online Lookup now available

February 18, 2012

Spot-On Online Lookup now available Spot-On identifies sales tax jurisdictions right to the door step! We are thrilled to announce that our newest product – Spot-On – is now available for sale to the public. Spot-On is an Online Lookup service that provides sales and use tax data at the door-step level (exact
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February 1, 2012 Sales Tax Rate Changes

February 01, 2012

Tax Rate Changes For February 2012 Tax Rate Changes For February 2012 By Angel Sauer Sales Tax Research Team Leader In Alabama, the sales tax rates changed for the cities Valley, Morris, and Westover. In Colorado, the sales tax rates changed for the counties and cities taxed by the Regional Transportation District
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January 1, 2012 Sales Tax Rate Changes

January 01, 2012

Sales tax rate changes January 2012 Sales tax rate changes January 2012 By Angel Sauer Sales Tax Research Team Leader In Arkansas, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Batesville, Carlisle, Cherokee Village, Gurdon, Little Rock, Marmaduke, Paragould, and Rockport. In Colorado, the sales tax rates changed for the cities
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Is the sales tax rate is based on origin or destination in the states where you do business?

January 01, 2012

based on origin or destination based on origin or destination By Charles F. Spielmann It’s important for businesses to know not only which sales tax laws apply to the products and services they provide, but also whether the source of the sales tax rate is based on origin or destination.
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Steps to help you survive an audit

November 21, 2011

survive an audit survive an audit States have been under enormous pressure to balance budgets without raising taxes. With so many Americans still unemployed or under-employed, states are bringing in reduced sales and income tax revenues while being asked to provide expanded social services. As a result, states have been
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Establishing sales tax nexus

June 17, 2011

sales tax nexus sales tax nexus Basic rules about establishing nexus How do you know whether your business has established sales tax nexus in a given state? There are no uniform, across-the-board set of laws that apply across all states. While each state has its own specific laws, in general, nexus
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Variability of sales taxes in local markets

March 25, 2011

We all know about state-wide sales taxes, but do you know what you’re paying locally? By Lucinda Rowlands   Retail sales taxes are often represented as a flat rate for each of the 50 states. In fact, many online shopping carts only allow merchants to input a single rate per
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What is this thing called Use Tax?

December 17, 2010

Use Tax What is this thing called Use Tax? What is Use Tax? Use tax is a type of sales tax on imposed on purchases made outside a home state when sales tax has not been paid. Goods are subject to either sales tax, but not both. Use tax, unlike
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Rivlin-Domenici Plan to Reduce Debt

January 02, 2010

Rivlin-Domenici plan Rivlin-Domenici plan A federal Debt Reduction Sales Tax could be around the corner What is the Rivlin-Domenici Plan? The Rivlin-Domenici plan, named for co-sponsors Alice Rivlin, Democrat and former Federal Reserve vice chairwoman, and former Senate Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Pete Domenici (R-N.M.), was unveiled November 17, 2010
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