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Georgia Requires Marketplace Facilitators to Remit Sales Tax

A new Georgia law, that goes into effect April 1, 2020, will require marketplace facilitators, such as Amazon and eBay, to collect sales tax from Georgia customers and remit that tax to the state if a specific economic threshold is met.  The new tax collection requirement kicks in when online facilitators that permit third-party sellers to conduct business on their websites reach $100,000 in annual sales in Georgia.

Georgia Requires Marketplace Facilitators to Remit Sales Tax

A new Georgia law, that goes into effect April 1, 2020, will require marketplace facilitators, such as Amazon and eBay, to...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on February 06, 2020
North Carolina Enacts Marketplace Facilitator Requirements for Sales Tax Nexus

Marketplace facilitators will be required to collect and remit sales tax in North Carolina beginning February 1, 2020. The...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on January 27, 2020
When is Sales Tax Due on a Lease?

Learning the facts around sales tax implications on leased products and services can save many headaches and prevent...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on January 07, 2020
Washington Updates Economic Nexus Requirements

The way of calculating economic nexus thresholds in the state of Washington is changing in 2020 as the state attempts to...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on December 10, 2019
How Exemption Certificates Impact the Bottom Line for Manufacturers

In order to stay competitive in this day and age, it is key that businesses focus on reducing expenses to increase the...

Chris Grimes, CPA
By Chris Grimes, CPA
on November 12, 2019
Illinois Offers Tax Amnesty

Amnesty Begins October 1, 2019

Catherine Stanton, CPA
By Catherine Stanton, CPA
on September 30, 2019
Tennessee Dumps Uniform Local Sales Tax Rate for Remote Sellers

Out-of-state sellers making sales into Tennessee need to be on top of local sales tax rates in the state. Beginning October...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on September 24, 2019
Manufacturing Exemptions: Understand State Production Points

The first step to understanding manufacturing exemptions is to know how the state defines the beginning and ending points of...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on September 12, 2019
Shakespeare-Inspired Sales Tax Advice

“What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”

What does Shakespeare have to do with...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on September 11, 2019

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