Recent developments for Illinois’ marketplace facilitator tax law.

The latest

  • July 23 – the IDOR publishes emergency rules with specific guidance regarding food delivery marketplace facilitators (PDF).
  • June 9the IDOR issues updated FAQs for marketplace facilitators, marketplace sellers and remote sellers.
  • June 8 – IDOR revises its “Leveling the Playing Field

In their article for the July-August issue of Tax Executive, Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Jeff Friedman, Todd Lard and Justin Brown discuss the Tax Injunction Act (TIA), specifically justifications for modernizing the TIA, including highlighting issues that the TIA has created and the legal and business changes that have taken place since 1937, when Congress

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During the first meeting, the work group focused on

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