On June 21, 2017, overriding a veto by Governor Paul LePage, Maine enacted legislation that will require certain remote sellers that do not have a physical presence in the state to collect and remit sales and use tax on sales into Maine.1 The collection and remittance duties will be triggered if either a gross revenue or transaction threshold is met. The legislation intends to place retailers with a physical presence in the...
Maine Will Impose Collection And Remittance Duties On Remote Sellers Beginning Oct. 1
|Profession:||Grant Thornton LLP|
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