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The Tax and Accounting Business of Thomson Reuters Reports 2011 Global Quirky Tax Laws

The Tax and Accounting Business of Thomson Reuters Reports 2011 Global Quirky Tax Laws

Thomson Reuters revealed a sampling of 2011 quirky indirect tax law changes, emphasizing the importance of technology and expertise to help navigate the dynamic sales and use tax landscape. “While some of the changes may seem odd, it highlights just how difficult the sales and use tax process can be,” said Carla Yrjanson, vice president … Read More

Pennsylvania Unveils New Online Sales Tax Policy

Pennsylvania Unveils New Online Sales Tax Policy

The  Department of Revenue issued a bulletin on December 1st announcing its reinterpretation of existing law regarding nexus. In announcing the new policy, state Secretary of Revenue Dan Meuser said the bulletin is intended to clarify laws regarding which businesses must collect sales tax for the state. Under the Pennsylvania Tax Reform Code (TRC), any … Read More

South Dakota Gathers Enough Signatures To Bring Tax Increase To Vote

South Dakota Gathers Enough Signatures To Bring Tax Increase To Vote

 The Secretary of State has certified that a grassroots movement, Moving South Dakota Forward, has gathered more than the 16,000 required signatures to get a 1 percent state sales tax increase on the November 2012 ballot.  Although previous polling didn’t promise much support, voters will get a chance to make their choice on Measure 15 … Read More