On June 18, Rhode Island’s legislature passed H 7532, which expands the state’s tax base to computer software and streaming entertainment to comply with the Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement. The bill expands the definition of a taxable sale to include any license, lease, or rental of prewritten or vendor-hosted computer software

On June 30th, 2020, the Internet Tax Freedom Act’s grandfather clause will expire. ITFA prohibits states and political subdivisions from imposing taxes on Internet access. But the grandfather clause has permitted such taxes if they were generally imposed and actually enforced prior to October 1, 1998. In particular, Ohio and Texas have imposed their sales

The Colorado Department of Revenue has proposed several regulations related to taxation of digital goods, remote sales, and marketplace collection. First, it proposed a “doing-business” rule, which clarifies a person maintains a business in Colorado if the person meets the economic nexus test of $100,000 annual retail sales in Colorado. It also proposed another

Kansas lawmakers did not take their second bite at the remote-seller and marketplace-facilitator apple during a special legislative session. On June 3, 2020, Representative Steven Johnson re-introduced HB 2014, which would have required remote sellers with $100,000 or more in annual in-state sales to collect and remit taxes and would have required marketplace facilitators