Immediately before last Friday’s deadline for the filing of unrestricted bills, Texas lawmakers introduced a digital advertising tax bill and a bill that would expand sales tax to a wide array of services.

H.B. 4467, filed on March 12 by Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer (D-TX-116) would impose a tax on gross revenue from digital

A pair of recently-introduced Maryland bills would create a whistleblower program within the Maryland Comptroller’s office and possibly result in a headache for many taxpayers. The proposed whistleblower bills appear to be modeled after the IRS’ whistleblower program, although they contain a noticeably low materiality threshold and allow for the anonymous reporting of complaints.

The

In this episode of the SALT Shaker Podcast policy series, we discuss all things Maryland digital advertising tax. Talk about drama! We have a brand new tax, vetoes, veto overrides and litigation. State tax policy doesn’t get more exciting than this! Host and Eversheds Sutherland Partner Nikki Dobay of the Sacramento office is joined by

Earlier today, the Maryland Senate passed S.B. 787, Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax and Tobacco Tax – Alterations and Implementation, on third reading (46-0). As amended, S.B. 787 makes the following relevant changes to the digital advertising tax:

  1. Exempts advertisement services on digital interfaces owned or operated by or operated on behalf of

Earlier today, in a last minute addition to the Maryland Senate’s Budget and Taxation Committee hearing, the committee voted to approve amendments to S.B. 787, Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax – Exemption and Restriction. Most notably, the amendments would delay the start of the digital advertising tax to January 1, 2022.

The other relevant

On February 12, 2021, the Maryland General Assembly voted to override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of House Bill 932, which subjects digital products (both downloads and streaming) to the state’s sales and use tax.

As the Maryland Senate voted 29-17 and the Maryland House of Delegates voted 90-44, the bill received the required three-fifths

On February 12, 2021, the Maryland General Assembly voted to override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of H.B. 732, which creates an entirely new gross revenues tax on digital advertising services.

As the Maryland Senate voted 29-17 and the Maryland House of Delegates voted 88-48, the bill received the required three-fifths vote by both chambers

This afternoon, the Maryland Senate voted 29-17 to override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of House Bill 732, which creates an entirely new gross revenues tax on digital advertising services – display ads, search engine ads, mobile application ads, and ads within a piece of software.

Yesterday, the Maryland House of Delegates voted 88-48 to

Maryland is one step closer to enacting the nation’s first digital advertising tax. This afternoon, the Maryland House of Delegates voted 88-48 to override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of House Bill 732, which would create an entirely new gross revenues tax on digital advertising services – display ads, search engine ads, mobile application

Ongoing insights and analysis regarding Maryland’s proposed digital ad tax bill

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  • Maryland lawmakers are expected to revive a pair of failed controversial tax expansion proposals shortly after the scheduled start of the next legislative session on January 13, 2021.
  • On May 7, Governor Larry Hogan vetoed H.B. 732, which proposed a first