In late May, Wine Institute learned that Wisconsin was delaying the issuance of new DTC shipper permits and renewals for California wineries. The delay was based on concerns regarding a statutory requirement that out-of-state direct wine shippers, also considered corporations or LLCs, appoint an agent who is a Wisconsin resident with authority and control over […]Read More
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Updated on Sept. 11, 2020 Franchise Tax: The State of Texas requires wineries located outside the state to file and pay franchise tax if the winery has nexus with the state. Nexus is established if the winery has a physical presence based on various criteria or if the winery has economic nexus in Texas. Economic […]Read More
Wine Institute has just learned that wineries that sell and ship wine directly to consumers in Louisiana may be subject to additional local sales and use tax obligations under Louisiana’s remote seller economic nexus rules. Out-of-state direct wine shipper permittees must register with the Louisiana Sales and Use Tax Commission for Remote Sellers and collect […]Read More