Louisiana Enacts Economic Nexus Law

Monday, June 18th, 2018

 
 
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The Louisiana legislature recently enacted an economic nexus law. Economic nexus laws require certain sellers without a physical presence in a state to collect sales or use tax for that state. Louisiana's economic nexus law will not become effective unless the United States Supreme Court rules that South Dakota's economic nexus law is constitutional. The Supreme Court is currently considering this issue.

Louisiana's law applies to out-of-state sellers that deliver taxable items into Louisiana if the seller, during the current or previous calendar year (1) had gross revenues of more than $100,000 on sales made into Louisiana, or (2) made 200 or more separate sales into Louisiana. Note that Louisiana also allows out-of-state sellers to voluntarily register for the collection of sales and use tax.

https://www.ttrus.com/Economic_Nexus_Law


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