Resources: State Sales Tax Information

What is a Litter Tax in Washington State?

Litter Tax is a tax that some manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers pay in Washington State. The tax is collected from the business subject to a litter tax and used to support litter control programs in the state including cleanup and for education and awareness programs that relate to litter control and recycling.

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States that Offer On-Time Sales Tax Filing Discounts

26 states currently offer a program that lets you keep some of the sales tax you have collected if you pay early or on-time!

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Are Florida Restaurants Double Paying Sales Tax on 3rd Party Orders?

There is considerable confusion amongst Florida restaurant owners as to who is responsible for collecting and remitting sales tax for orders from Grubhub, Ubereats and all the other 3rd party apps.

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Protecting Your Business and Your Wallet in a Sales Tax Audit

Few words instill fear in a small business owner as a sales tax audit. Following a few best practices can help mitigate the risks and hassles of an audit.

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Avoid Overpaying Sales Tax When Using 3rd-Party Apps

Third Party Apps orders are received on devices separate from your POS.  Managing these apps through your POS creates better workflows and will save you lots of time and money when paying your sales tax.

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Puerto Rico Sales Tax 101

The Puerto Rico Sales and Use Tax (SUT, Spanish: Impuesto a las Ventas y Uso, IVU) is the combined sales and use tax applied to most sales in Puerto Rico

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Nebraska Sales Tax 101

In Nebraska sales of tangible personal property and certain services are taxable.

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Delaware Sales Tax 101

Delaware does not impose a state or local sales tax, but does impose a gross receipts tax on the seller of goods (tangible or otherwise) or provider of services in the state.

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Alaska Sales Tax 101

There is no state sales tax in Alaska. However, municipalities have the authority to set their own rates.

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Missouri Sales Tax 101

In Missouri all sales of tangible personal property are taxable unless there is a specific statutory exemption and sales of certain specified services.

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