Category: New Mexico

03/08
2019

Weekly Digest | New FL Tax Laws, SVB Survey, Winery DTC Legislation, OK Tax Requirements

In this week’s digest, we explore Florida’s new proposed remote sales tax laws, the SVB’s annual survey, the difference between DTC wine shipping legislation and litigation in the courts, and how Oklahoma clarifies their tax requirements. Florida Wants to Tax Remote Sales and Marketplace Sales Starting July 1, 2019There are only two states without remote […]

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12/01
2017

Wine retailers can now ship to only 22% of Americans

As 2017 draws to a close, wine retailers continue to face a shrinking market—at least when it comes to Direct to Consumer (DTC) sales across state lines. In August, Missouri became the latest state to ban out-of-state retailers from selling and shipping alcoholic beverages to Missouri residents. But now, a Florida wine store, its owner […]

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02/08
2017

New Mexico Direct to Consumer Renewals

The due date for the New Mexico direct to consumer permit renewals is now April 1st. The permit does not expire until June 30th, however the renewal must be submitted no later than April 1st.  The renewal application will be emailed to the address the state has on file, so we recommend confirming with the […]

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