One word can make a world of difference in sales tax law

A change of one worde in the Vermont tax legislation, changes the whole meaning of the Law. In the old Law, a remote seller had to register for sales tax when it had sales “during any 12-month period”. The legislator changed the word ‘any’ to ‘the’. Which means that a remote seller only has to look at the previous 12 months, to determine if he is liable to register for sales tax.

In the article from Avalara, you can read more about the impact of the change of one word.

Source: Avalara




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