Colo. 'Amazon Tax' Law Gets Active Date Under Settlement

Law360, Washington (February 27, 2017, 1:50 PM EST) -- Colorado's long-paused law requiring out-of-state retailers to file sales information with the state will finally go into effect this summer under a settlement announced last week by the trade group that originally challenged the provision in state and federal court.

Out-of-state retailers will have to start reporting their sales as of July 1 under the "Amazon Tax" requirement first enacted in 2010 but delayed by a series of court-imposed pauses, according to the settlement between the Colorado Department of Revenue and the Data & Marketing Association, formerly known as the Direct Marketing Association.

"Having found reasonable cause for non-compliance, [with the...

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