Ohio ~ Sales and Use Tax: Bill Requiring Certain Out-of-State Sellers to Collect Tax Passed by House

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The Ohio House of Representatives has passed legislation that would require out-of-state sellers to register with the Tax Commissioner to collect use tax if: (i) it has gross receipts in excess of $100,000 in the current or preceding calendar year from sales of tangible personal property for use in Ohio; or (ii) it engages in two hundred or more transactions in the current or preceding calendar year selling tangible personal property for use in Ohio.

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HB49

H.B. 49, passed by the Ohio House on May 2, 2017

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