202209.27
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AR: Sales and Use Tax: Seller Failed to Collect and Remit Tax on Aircraft Sale

Arkansas: A taxpayer was properly subject to Arkansas sales and use tax on the sale of an aircraft because the taxpayer failed to collect the tax from the purchaser and remit it to the Department of Treasury and Administration. The department found that although the aircraft purchase agreement specified that the buyer was responsible for…

202208.30
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Illinois—Sales and Use Tax: Leasing of Signage Subject to Tax

IL:The Illinois Department of Revenue issued a letter stating that the rental of identification signage by an out-of-state (taxpayer) company is subject to a use tax based on the cost price of the signage. The taxpayer designed, installed, and maintained signage for Illinois customers in this matter. The taxpayer retained ownership of all the signs…

202208.10
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FL—Sales & Use Tax: Holiday Authorized for Tools Frequently Used by Skilled Trade Workers

Florida sales& use tax may not be collected during the period from September 3, 2022 through September 9, 2022, on the retail sale of: hand tools selling for $50 or less per item; power tools selling for $300 or less per item; power tool batteries selling for $150 or less per item; work gloves selling…

202205.16
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Hawaii—Sales & Use Tax: Announcement to Revoke License Due to Abandonment

The Hawaii Department of Taxation has issued a notice advising of the revocation of tax licenses for relinquishment. Hawaii Administrative Regulations require the Department to post a license revocation letter of intent on its website for at least 45 days before the tax license is revoked. The announcement serves as an indication that the Department…

202201.28
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Texas—Sales and Use Tax: December 2021 Tax Policy News

TX – The Comptroller of Public Accounts issued a newsletter providing general information about Texas taxes for sales and use tax purposes. The publication discusses various tax issues, including the following: The estimated average rate of local sales and use taxes imposed in Texas during the preceding state fiscal year ending August 2021 is 1.75%;…