Walker administration intends to start collecting new online sales tax Oct. 1

The Walker administration plans to begin collecting on Oct. 1 sales taxes from online retailers with no presence in Wisconsin, a projected $90 million boost to state coffers in the current fiscal year, according to a new LFB memo.
The guv’s office told WisPolitics.com that it plans to use the administrative rules process to begin collecting the tax and is in the process of notifying retailers of the expected Oct. 1 start date.
Gov. Scott Walker’s office also referred to his comments last week that he could look to use the additional sales tax revenue to cut taxes through the state budget.

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