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Posts from the Reporting Category

Maryland Released Direct Shipping Report Form and Extends Deadline for Quarter 3, 2011

By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

The Maryland Comptroller’s office released its Direct Shipper Excise Tax Return form Tuesday. This is the form that licensed direct shippers submit quarterly to pay their state excise taxes and report their shipments to consumers in the state. IMPORTANTLY, the Comptroller’s office has pushed back the deadline for direct shippers to submit their 3rd Quarter [...]

October 6th, 2011

Put an End to Year-End Reporting Hassles

By Jamie Jimenez - Marketing, ShipCompliant

This year, if you ship to all available states, you will need to submit a total of 556 state reports—70 of these in January alone. On top of monthly shipping and tax reports, quarterly and annual reports come due in January to significantly increase your reporting workload in the first month of the year. The [...]

December 3rd, 2010

Qualified Idaho Wine Tax Return Filers May Opt for Less Frequent Filing

By Berit Decosimo-Nelsen - ShipCompliant Research Team

On November 5, 2010, Idaho State Tax Commission officials sent out a letter to qualified wine tax return filers, offering the opportunity to change their filing frequency from the mandatory monthly submission to quarterly, semi-annually or annually. “Qualified Filers” include direct shippers who report less than $600 of wine tax per quarter (approximately 186 9-liter [...]

November 22nd, 2010

Kansas Issues Revenue Ruling and Amends License Term

By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

Governor Parkinson of Kansas signed SB 452 into law, changing the license term for a Special Order Shipping License from one year to two years. The legislation became effective on July 1, 2010. The fee for a new Special Order Shipping License was adjusted to $150 to reflect the new two-year license term.  Current holders [...]

September 20th, 2010

The Lone Reciprocal State

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

New Mexico Stands Alone In 2004, 13 states had wine shipping reciprocity provisions. Essentially, reciprocal states allowed any winery to ship into their state as long as that winery’s state allowed an equal reciprocal privilege. The Granholm decision of 2005 effectively declared reciprocity unconstitutional (pop quiz: would reciprocity provisions be beyond challenge if HR 5034 [...]

August 5th, 2010