Tax & Accounting Blog

The sales tax busy season begins with Black November! Are you ready?

The sales tax busy season begins with Black November! Are you ready?

A common theme among business owners is to ramp up in October to meet the demands of Black Friday and the following busy holiday shopping season.  However, recent surveys are pointing to an increasing trend of shoppers starting well before Black Friday, the traditional start of the holiday retail season. Today, the holiday season begins with … Read More

Celebrating Small Business Week: Using Technology to Drive Local Businesses

Celebrating Small Business Week: Using Technology to Drive Local Businesses

Small business owners go into business for all sorts of reasons. They may see an open opportunity in a market they know well, or they may want to work for themselves and have the freedom to do things their own way. They create businesses they’re passionate about, which in turn shape the character of towns … Read More

Congress Passes Permanent Internet Tax Freedom

Congress Passes Permanent Internet Tax Freedom

  After extending the moratorium on internet taxation multiple times, congress has finally voted to make the ban on state and local taxation of internet access permanent. See H.R. 644 – Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015. The moratorium was originally signed into law in 1998 with a grandfather clause allowing several … Read More

Thomson Reuters Announces Integration of Microsoft Dynamics GP with ONESOURCE™ Indirect Tax

Thomson Reuters Announces Integration of Microsoft Dynamics GP with ONESOURCE™ Indirect Tax

NEW YORK, March 10, 2015 – Thomson Reuters today announced the integration of Microsoft Dynamics GP business solution with the ONESOURCE™ Indirect Tax solution. Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Indirect Tax Integration for Microsoft Dynamics GP offers mid-to-large sized businesses a simple, easy-to-deploy solution for calculating U.S. sales tax, Canadian Goods and Services Tax (GST) and other … Read More

Thomson Reuters Releases 2014’s List of Quirky Sales Tax Laws

Thomson Reuters Releases 2014’s List of Quirky Sales Tax Laws

NEW YORK, December 18, 2014 – The Tax and Accounting business of Thomson Reuters released today its roundup of quirky sales tax laws for 2014. The report, which is published annually, provides a snapshot of some of the more offbeat tax code regulations that have been passed or implemented over the calendar year. Read More