201810.15
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Texas Tax Exempt Organizations: Collecting Sales Tax and One Day Tax-Free Sales

In our last blog we discussed the rules regarding tax exempt purchases by and to tax exempt organizations. When it come to collecting sales tax, tax exempt organizations are required to collect and remit sales tax for all taxable items sold. A sales tax exemption is for purchases and does not cover sales. As with…

201809.13
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Texas Tax Exempt Organizations: Purchases and Sales

TEXAS: Navigating through the tax-exempt organization landscape can be confusing and daunting. Over the next few blogs we will look at different aspects of the tax-exempt scenario. This segment will focus on purchases and sales by tax exempt organizations. Tax-Exempt Purchases: Organizations that have been granted tax exemption will receive a letter of sales tax…

201808.31
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Texas Tax Exempt Organizations: Criteria and the Application Process.

TEXAS: Over the next few blogs we will take look at Sales to and Purchases by Tax Exempt Organizations. For an organization to be granted exemption from paying state sales taxes, there is criteria that must be met. The parent organization must recognize the organization as a subordinate under the group exemption. The group exemption…

201808.01
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Tax Free Back to School Shopping Around the Corner!

Texas – August 10-12 Wisconsin – August 1-5 Iowa – August 3-4 Louisiana – August 3-4 Florida – August 3-5 Mississippi – August 3-5 Missouri – August 3-5 New Mexico – August 3-5 Ohio – August 3-5 Oklahoma – August 3-5 South Carolina – August 3-5 Virginia – August 3-5 Arkansas – August 4-5 Maryland…

201805.23
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FICPA Mega Conference in Orlando, Florida

Our partner, Chanel Christoff Davis, will be presenting a topic as a featured speaker at this year’s Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Mega CPE Conference. The session topic, “Multi-State Nexus and The Amazon Effect”, will address the current sales tax legal landscape. The US Supreme court case, Wayfair vs South Dakota will also be…

201805.02
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Texas: Streaming Services are now Taxable as Amusement and Cable TV

Texas – The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts recently ruled that sales tax be applied to Internet-based subscription streaming services as cable television and amusement service. The law states that cable television is the distribution of video programming with or without the use of wires to customers or subscribers such as: On-demand video services or…

201804.04
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States Requiring Remote Sellers to Begin Collecting Sales Tax, Even Before the U.S. Supreme Court Makes Ruling

Multi-State – The US Supreme Court will soon decide whether companies with no physical presence in South Dakota will be required to collect sales tax on sales in that state.  South Dakota recently passed a law that requires that remote sellers, even with no presence in the state, must collect sales tax.  That law is…