This podcast for the week of August 20, 2018 covers state and local tax developments in Colorado, Oregon, Texas, Vermont, and a Multistate update on the Wayfair decision.
The Colorado Department of Revenue recently addressed whether a restaurant’s purchase of pre-packaged dressing that was mixed with other food products to produce a condiment that was then sold to customers was subject to sales tax.
The Oregon Supreme Court recently addressed whether a Texas-based motor vehicle financing entity was required to include the income of two affiliate banks in computing its Oregon tax.
The Texas Comptroller recently issued a private letter ruling addressing whether a taxpayer’s call tracking and monitoring services were taxable data processing services.
The Vermont Department of Taxes recently issued guidance on certain changes to Vermont’s personal income tax laws.
States continue to issue guidance or statements since the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair.
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