Nebraska Sales & Use Tax Changes April 1, 2018

Effective April 1, 2018, the city of Norfolk will decrease its local sales and use tax rate from 2% to 1.5%.

These changes are on the Nebraska Department of Revenue’s website at revenue.nebraska.gov under the Sales and Use Tax link.

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MN Kandiyohi County 0.5 Percent Transit Sales And Use Tax

Starting April 1, 2018, Kandiyohi County will have a 0.5% transit sales and use tax and a $20 vehicle excise tax. The Minnesota Department of Revenue will administer this tax.

This 0.5 percent transit sales tax applies to retail sales made within Kandiyohi County. The transit use tax applies to taxable items used in the County if the local sales tax was not paid.

Arkansas Local Sales Tax Changes

The following changes in Local Sales and Use Taxes will be effective Jan 1, 2018.

Michigan cancels ban on RSB Tobacco Products

On August 2, 2012, the Michigan Department of Treasury issued a Special Notice to All Michigan Tobacco Tax Licensees (“Special Notice”) informing tobacco tax licensees that they are prohibited from purchasing or importing any tobacco product manufactured by RSB Tobacco, Inc., including the “Good Stuff” brand pipe tobacco, for resale in Michigan. The Special Notice also informed tobacco product retailers and tobacco tax licensees that they could not sell tobacco products manufactured by RSB Tobacco, Inc. at retail in Michigan.

Nebraska Sales & Use Tax Changes Oct 1, 2017

Nebraska announced cities local sales and use tax changes. Effective October 1, 2017, the village of Lawrence will start a 1% local sales and use tax; and the village of Shelton will terminate its 1% local sales and use tax.

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Massachusetts Sales Tax Directive To Out of State Internet Vendors Effective July 2017

The MA state directive announces that an Internet vendor not previously required to collect Massachusetts sales and use tax must register with the Department and must collect and remit Massachusetts sales or use tax as of July 1, 2017 if during the preceding 12 months it had in excess of $500,000 in Massachusetts sales and made sales for delivery into Massachusetts in 100 or more transactions. The Directive announces a similar requirement for such vendors for calendar years beginning with 2018.

City of Atlanta increased sales tax

On March 1, 2017, the sales tax rate in the City of Atlanta increased to 8.5%.

Sales and use tax returns for quarterly filers are next due on April 20, 2017. To properly report City of Atlanta taxable sales and sales tax, quarterly filers must follow the steps below.

Quarterly Filers Reporting on the Paper ST-3 Return

1. On or before April 20, 2017, report sales and use tax for the 1st quarter of 2017 on Form ST-3 that is effective for March 2017 sales.

Minnesota New Excise & Sales Tax Rates Starting Jan 1 2017

Minnesota New Excise & Sales Tax Rates Starting Jan 1 2017

Minnesota Department of Revenue Changes the excise tax rate on cigarettes, sales tax on cigarettes, and excise tax rate on moist snuff.

What are the New Cigarette Tax, Cigarette Sales Tax and Moist Snuff Tax rates?

The new rates, provided in the table below, will be effective Jan. 1, 2017. The Cigarette Sales Tax is also included in the stamp price.

Nebraska Sales & Use Tax Changes April 1, 2017

Nebraska Sales & Use Tax Changes April 1, 2017

Nebraska announced cities local sales and use tax changes. Effective on April 1, 2017, Beaver Crossing, Edison, and Greeley will each start a 1% local sales and use tax rate; Clarkson, Fort Calhoun, and Pilger will each start a 1.5% local sales and use tax rate; Blue Hill, Central City, and Fairfield will each increase its local sales and use tax rate to 1.5%; and Chappell, Crete, and Pawnee City will each increase its local sales and use tax rate to 2%.

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