The Georgia Department of Revenue released guidance on March 17 clarifying that marketplace facilitators will be required to collect and remit state sales tax being April 1. The bulletin states that marketplace sellers in the state are not required to collect or remit state sales or use tax on retail sales that the marketplace facilitator

Connecticut H.B. 5458 would include “marketplace facilitators” as persons responsible for the dollar-a-day surcharge imposed on the short-term rental of a passenger vehicle. The legislation incorporates by reference the definition of “marketplace facilitator” in the sales tax code – a person who is compensated for the facilitation of at least $250,000 in retail sales of

A Louisiana legislator has pre-filed S.B. 138 ahead of the legislative session beginning March 9. The bill would require marketplace facilitators to collect and remit sales and use tax if they have either $100,000 of in-state sales or 200 total in-state sales. A person can be a marketplace facilitator even if it does not receive

Missouri lawmakers have proposed H.B. 1957, which would require vendors engaging in business activities in Missouri with gross receipts from in-state sales of tangible personal property totaling $100,000 or more during a 12-month period to collect and remit use tax. The bill would also require marketplace facilitators that reach the economic nexus threshold by

For our final Marketplace Monday of 2019, we look back at what happened this year, what people are talking about and what to expect in 2020.  Prior to 2019, only seven states had marketplace collection laws or guidance requiring marketplace collection in effect.[1]  However, in 2019 a record number of states passed state tax

On October 17, 2019, the Hawaii Department of Taxation released Tax Information Release No. 2019-03 (“TIR”), which provided guidance regarding Hawaii’s Gross Excise Tax (“GET”) marketplace collection provisions effective January 1, 2020. On December 13, 2019, the Department issued a Revised 2019-03 to clarify the GET and use tax liability of marketplace facilitators and marketplace