Judge Puts Temporary Injunction on Colorado’s Amazon Law

A Denver judge has granted a request to temporarily block a 2010 law aimed at requiring remote sellers, including online merchants, to collect sales tax. The injunction comes after an August decision, where a U.S. court of appeals reversed a previous injunction that was put into place by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Blackburn. The previous injunction was reversed on the grounds that Blackburn had overstepped his authority with the injunction (see story here). The current injunction is only temporary, and will stay in place until the case is resolved further.

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Denver Judge Temporarily Blocks Colorado’s “Amazon Tax” Law

Kentucky Remote Sales Notice

According to CCH, Kentucky has issued a reminder that out-of-state tax payers (remote sellers) that have sales of more than $100,000 and are not required to collect and remit sales tax, are required to provide notice to their customers that they owe use tax on the purchase. To read more about the specifics of this statute, visit:


Colorado Poised for Passage of Marketplace Fairness Act

Colorado has approved a bill that sets parameters and guidelines if the Federal marketplace fairness act were to pass.

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