In what could best be described as a “tax on talking,” the DC Council will vote on a budget tomorrow that relies on revenue from expanding the sales tax to advertising services and personal information. The rate is generally 3%, but could rise to 7.25% for certain taxpayers.

The legislation quickly moved through the Council

On June 30, Mississippi became the latest state to enact a marketplace facilitator law after Governor Tate Reeves signed House Bill 379, also known as the “Mississippi Marketplace Facilitator Act of 2020.” The law requires most marketplace facilitators to collect sales and use tax on behalf of marketplace sellers beginning on July 1, 2020.

The Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration issued an opinion stating that the provision of certain “virtual services,” including bookkeeping, project management, business analysis, email management, research, and customer service, provided via the Internet, are not subject to Arkansas sales tax. Arkansas sales tax is imposed on the gross proceeds from all sales of tangible

The D.C. Council is considering a new sales tax on advertising services, including digital advertising services, and personal information.

  • On July 6th, the D.C. Council released the Committee Print of the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Support Act of 2020, which includes a sales tax expansion to those services beginning October 1, 2020 at the reduced

Vermont H. 954, a collection of miscellaneous tax proposals, includes several digital taxation proposals. Vermont currently charges a 2.4% “universal service charge” on the sale of prepaid wireless telecommunication services. H. 954 would require marketplace facilitators collecting the corresponding sales tax to also collect the universal service charge beginning July 1, 2021. Additionally, H.