Colorado’s Fight for Use Tax

Colorado’s Fight for Use Tax

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Colorado really wants its citizens to pay use tax. After a long battle in court, a 2010 law is back in action that, requiring online sellers to provide use tax notices to their customers in Colorado as well as the Colorado Department...
Going to a Trade Show? Pay Attention to Nexus

Going to a Trade Show? Pay Attention to Nexus

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Did you know that auditors will attend trade shows specifically to get the names of participants to verify that they’re registered to collect sales tax in the jurisdiction? Any time there’s a trade show, auditors will...
Who Should Design Sales Tax Software?

Who Should Design Sales Tax Software?

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail When you’re choosing the right sales tax software for your company, it’s important to get to know the people behind the company you’ll be working with. At a small or medium business, bringing in new software is like...
Sales Tax Affects Ingredients

Sales Tax Affects Ingredients

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail If you’re a health nut, you’re probably conscious of the negative claims about HFCS, or high-fructose corn syrup. There are a lot of reasons why manufacturers use this as a sweetening ingredient instead of sugar but...
Compost By Any Other Name

Compost By Any Other Name

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail A year ago, the Vermont Compost Company received a bill for $100,000 in unpaid sales tax after an audit by the Vermont Department of Taxes. The company thought that compost wasn’t taxable if it was being used to grow food, but a...