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    Excise Taxes Rise in Two Direct Shipping States

    August 14th, 2009
    By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

    On September 1, 2009, excise tax rates for wine will increase in Illinois and North Carolina.

    Governor Pat Quinn approved Illinois House Bill 255 on July 13, 2009. The bill increases Illinois’ excise tax on wines from $0.73 to $1.39 per gallon of wine under 20% ABV. An updated tax form for Direct Wine Shippers to report sales made on or after September 1, 2009, is already available on Illinois’ website.

    Excise tax increases on alcohol were included in North Carolina’s budget bill this August. Starting September 1, North Carolina’s excise tax rates on wine will increase from $0.21 to $0.2634 per liter for wines 16% ABV and under; and from $0.24 to $0.2934 per liter for wines 16% and 24% ABV. The B-C-786 is used by licensed wine shippers use to report sales of wine and report taxes. Thie new report is not yet available online, but check North Carolina’s website on September 16 for the updated form.

    As part of both states’ tax legislation, malt beverages and distilled spirits taxes will also increase next month.

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