With this blog, we hope to keep you up to date on impactful changes in the sales tax compliance, especially in New York State. The All About Sales Tax blog is written by a team of Hodgson Russ tax attorneys and its primary author, Joe Endres. The blog will review legislative and administrative changes in the sales tax; we’ll discuss new sales tax case law; and highlight the enforcement initiatives and tactics we’re seeing while defending businesses in sales tax audits.

Posts from February 2020.

I’m not exactly sure where the aphorism in the title of this post comes from, but its message is clear: when you’re ready to know something, you’ll seek out a way to learn it.  Well, I’ve been ready to learn everything there is to know about New York sales tax for a long time.  And in years past, the New York State Tax Department has been a wonderful master.  It has provided me with numerous ways to learn the complex rules governing New York sales tax.  This information includes sales tax Publications, Bulletins, Memorandums, Guidances, Notices, form instructions, and Advisory Opinions.

Here are the sales tax cases from the TiNY Blog for the week of February 13, 2020. 

Here are the sales tax cases from the TiNY Blog for the week of February 6, 2020. 

Every now and then, we’re going to do a deep dive into a sales tax case that we previously reported on in the TiNY Blog.  We keep the more abridged version in the TiNY Blog because, according to Chris Doyle, “Joe, your interest in the sales tax is at best annoying, and at worst pathological.”

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