Georgia Licensed Alcohol Manufacturers Can Sell Directly to the public

Effective September 1, 2017, licensed manufacturers of malt beverage and distilled spirits will be permitted to sell their products directly to the public subject to certain statutory limitations. Below is a link to a Department of Revenue Bulletin explaining the recently enacted changes in the law allowing for direct sales to consumers.

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Rhode Island's Alcoholic Beverages Excise Tax Update

Rhode Island's Alcoholic Beverages Excise Tax Update

The new Rhode Island's taxes changes apply to manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors. A brewer that brews beer in Rhode Island and that is actively and directly owned, managed, and operated by an authorized legal entity that has owned, managed, and operated a brewery in Rhode Island for at least 12 consecutive months receives a tax exemption on the first 100,000 barrels of beer that it produces and distributes in Rhode Island in any calendar year.

Philadelphia City Approves Sweetened Beverage Tax

Philadelphia City Approves Sweetened Beverage Tax

Philadelphia city has become the first large city in the United States to approve a soda tax. The new tax will include regular sodas, diet sodas, sports drinks, energy drinks and other nonalcoholic beverages with added sweeteners.

The planned tax is slated to go into effect in January 2017 and is higher than the penny-per-ounce levy on sugary drinks in Berkeley, CA. Other parts of the country are looking to similar measures, including Oakland, San Francisco and Boulder, CO.

Illinois Excise Tax Electronic Filing System Upgrades

Illinois Excise Tax Electronic Filing System Upgrades

The Illinois Department of Revenue has recently made enhancements to the Excise Tax Electronic Filing System. These enhancements are currently available in our “test” environment. As a transmitter participant using this system, you are encouraged to send test files before these changes are moved to the “production” environment. It is possible that returns that would have been previously accepted or accepted with error might now be rejected.

Minnesota Alcohol Tax June Accelerated Payment Requirements

Minnesota Alcohol Tax June Accelerated Payment Requirements

Minnesota alcohol suppliers must make a June accelerated payment if their alcohol excise tax liability for July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015, was at least $250,000. The accelerated payment must be at least 81.4 percent of the actual June liability or May liability.

Georgia DOR is revising State alcohol license processes

Georgia DOR is revising State alcohol license processes

The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) is revising State alcohol license processes. the changes went into effect March 1, 2016. The DOR wants businesses applying for beer/wine licenses to file all alcohol license applications up to 30 days in advance of the anticipated date of the local tax license.Timely filing will allow the state to issue alcohol license in 2 to 3 business days after the local license is issued.

Massachusetts taxpayers will be required to file their taxes electronically

Massachusetts taxpayers will be required to file their taxes electronically

Effective Jan 1 2016, tobacco, fuel and alcohol tax payers are required to file and pay electronically. The taxpayers impacted by the new requirements are distributors, wholesalers, importers, exporters and suppliers of tobacco, cigarettes, gasoline, fuel, alcoholic beverages products and more.

Filers of excise and sales and use tax returns are required to file electronically using the new Mass filing system

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