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    Posts from the Idaho Category

    Update on Idaho Direct Shipper's Permit Application process

    By Annie Bones State Relations - Wine Institute

    Wineries can begin applying for Idaho direct shipping permits. Wineries must complete the Idaho Business Registration Form and the Idaho Beer and Wine Tax Application (BWA). Both forms should be submitted to the Idaho Tax Commission with a $1000 Bond, a Certified Copy of the Winery’s License (In California it is the Type 02 License) [...]

    June 27th, 2006

    Update on Idaho Direct Shipper’s Permit Application process

    By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

    Wineries can begin applying for Idaho direct shipping permits. Wineries must complete the Idaho Business Registration Form and the Idaho Beer and Wine Tax Application (BWA). Both forms should be submitted to the Idaho Tax Commission with a $1000 Bond, a Certified Copy of the Winery’s License (In California it is the Type 02 License) [...]

    June 27th, 2006

    Idaho permit instructions posted

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    Idaho released instructions for getting permitted for direct shipment on Thursday. The document can be found in Word format on the Wine Institute site here. Three different permits are actually required before wineries can ship. 1) Wine tax permit from the Idaho State Tax Commission: To get the tax permit, first fill out the updated [...]

    June 5th, 2006

    Idaho removes reciprocity

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    Idaho officially removed its reciprocity language in House Bill No. 454, establishing itself as a limited direct state. Idaho joins California and Washington as reciprocal states that moved to a limited direct model to comply with Granholm. Other reciprocal states are likely soon to follow, including Colorado and Hawaii. With the new legislation, which goes [...]

    March 19th, 2006

    Idaho to uncork wine shipping legislation

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    Add Idaho to the long list of states that are currently revisiting their wine direct shipping legislation. The proposed legislation is being pushed by the Wine Institute and would create a limited direct model with a $50 permit and a customer aggregate volume limit of 24 cases per year.

    February 8th, 2006