Sales Tax Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Sales Tax

Colorado Sales Tax Nexus & Destination Sourcing Rules The Colorado General Assembly adopted SB21-282, which extends the small business exception to destination sourcing requirements. This exception applies only to businesses with less than $100,000 in retail sales. As of February, 1st 2022 however, all retailers must apply the destination sourcing...

Robert Mikos (Vanderbilt) has posted Why Crime Doesn't Pay: Thoughts on State Taxation of Marijuana Distribution and Other Federal Crimes on SSRN. Here is the abstract: The financial crisis has breathed new life into proposals to reform marijuana law. Commentators suggest that legalizing and taxing...

If you bought a new vehicle in 2009, you may be entitled to a special tax deduction for the sales and excise taxes on your purchase. Here are eight important facts the Internal Revenue Service wants you to know about this deduction: State and local sales...

People who buy a new car, motorcycle, truck or other vehicle can deduct the entire amount of sales tax paid (up to the first $49,500 of purchase price) either as an itemized deduction or as an addition to their standard deduction....

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