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Posts from the Washington Category

Washington State Approval No Longer Required for Wine Labels

By Jean M. Leonard, Esq. - Executive Director, Washington Wine Institute

In an action supported by Washington Wine Institute, the Washington State Liquor Control Board adopted a new policy on wine label approval. Effective August 19, 2009, the WSLCB will accept the federal Certificate of Label Approval (COLA) as label approval for beer and wine to be sold in the state of Washington. Producers will no [...]

September 17th, 2009

Two Steps Forward, A Couple Back (or Maybe Sideways)

By R. Corbin Houchins, Beverage Industry Counsel

“Tied House” laws contain two categories of restrictions on licensed beverage businesses not found in other industries. One is general prohibition of beverage suppliers’ furnishing things of value to retailers, with certain exceptions (notably goods the retailer has paid for). The other is general prohibition of ownership or investment by a supplier company or its [...]

May 18th, 2009

The WSLCB Announces Online Tax Reporting and Payment System

By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) just made filing monthly summary tax reports and paying taxes a little easier by providing an online tax filing option for wineries shipping to consumers and retailers in Washington. The WSLCB encourages wineries to use their Online Tax Reporting and Payment System which saves time and simplifies the tax [...]

November 3rd, 2008

Half-Year Hullabaloo: New Laws Take Effect in Three States Today

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

Just a quick reminder of the legislative changes that take effect today, July 1st, 2008. Georgia’s new permit system takes effect. All wineries can now apply for a permit, regardless of distributor representation. Click here to see how to apply for a direct shipping permit. Ohio is increasing their capacity cap, making it possible for [...]

July 1st, 2008

Washington: Making Change, Streamlined Style

By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

On July 1st, 2008, when Substitute Senate Bill 5089 takes effect, Washington will join twenty-one other states that have conformed to the “Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement”. The bill will change the way retail sales tax is collected for some Washington businesses. Beginning July 1st, 2008, any business with nexus in Washington must pay [...]

June 13th, 2008