SHB 3126, which passed in the 2008 session, clarifies that mere registration or compliance with SST does not otherwise impact nexus status for license or tax purposes.
AWC worked with the business community to develop several versions of model letters for cities to consider using when form letters are sent to businesses to inquire about license status or to explain license requirements to businesses that deliver goods into their jurisdictions after July 1, 2008.
AWC revised the letters in an effort to make the process less confusing and cumbersome to businesses by:
Please click here to see the revised model letters. If you have any questions, contact Victoria Lincoln or Serena Dolly.
JLARC’s final report on SST mitigation was presented at the January 5, 2011, meeting. JLARC reviewed to what extent the SST mitigation provisions compensate the local taxing jurisdictions impacted by the change in sourcing.
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