House Bill 8

On April 13, 2022, the Kentucky General Assembly passed HB 8 over the governor’s veto. The bill expands Kentucky’s sales and use tax to cover additional services, effective...

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Missouri Rules that Utility Tax on Hotels Does Not Apply to Rooms

The Missouri Department of Revenue has issued a letter ruling stating that hotels, motels, and other transient accommodation establishments should not collect sales tax on utilities used to...

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Is Recharging Your Electric Vehicle at a Commercial Charging Station Taxable?

According to the Louisiana Department of Revenue the answer is yes. The Department recently came out with Revenue Ruling 22-04 indicating that charges for electricity at charging stations...

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Money Grab in MoneyGram’s High Court Case

Here we are again, awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in another unclaimed property case.  It has been a few decades since we were last here awaiting the...

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What Constitutes Tangible Personal Property?

In most states, sales tax usually applies to sales of tangible personal property and selected services.  Since sales tax first began in the 1930’s the definition of tangible...

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Amazon’s FBA Program and Pennsylvania Sales Tax Nexus

In a long-awaited decision in the Online Merchants Guild case against the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (“the Department”), the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court (“the Court”) ultimately ruled in favor...

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TICK TOCK – – TICK TOCK | Chimes the Fall Unclaimed Property Compliance Clock

Time is quickly counting down for companies to meet the Fall 2022 unclaimed property compliance deadline.  All States, the District of Columbia, Guam and the U.S Virgin Islands...

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MO Business Owners Enjoy Advantages in Refund Reviews

Missouri business owners are oft times approached by CPA firms to conduct refund reviews, but most are concerned that doing so will trigger an audit.  That’s enough for...

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Sales and Use Tax Filing Update – COVID-19

Updated April 16, 2020 – As government at various levels responds to the threat of coronavirus (aka COVID-19), many state tax collection agencies have issued guidance regarding due...

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