Vermont Discusses Implementing its Click Through Nexus Law

Friday, August 14th, 2015

 
 
Vermont Department of Taxes
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The Vermont Department of Taxes recently issued a statement discussing its click through nexus law. In 2011, Vermont passed a click through nexus law. Under this law, remote vendors are required to collect tax if they have agreements with residents to refer customers that led to sales in excess of $10,000 in the previous year. However, this law does not take effect until the state Attorney General makes the determination that 15 or more states have a similar law.

Currently, the Attorney General considers 13 states to have click through nexus laws in effect with an additional three states that will have click through nexus law taking effect in the fall of 2015. In October of 2015, the Attorney General will review the legislation of these 16 states and determine whether the Vermont click through law will take effect.

If the law takes effect, the Department of Taxes will provide notice before enforcing the law, and it will issue a general notice stating that all qualifying remote sellers must register to remit tax. Additionally, it will set the deadline for registration. The deadline will be set for first day of the month that occurs at least 30 days after the Attorney General's determination.

http://www.state.vt.us/tax/pdf.word.excel/misc/Click-Through-Nexus-Statement.pdf


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