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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....

It may seem ghoulish, but there does seem to be a controversy brewing over the appropriate tax treatment of sales of anatomical specimens such as human eggs and blood plasma, and even black market sales of kidneys and other vital organs. University of Cincinnati tax law...

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