As previously reported, Alaska is in the process of developing new rules governing Manufacturer Direct Shipment Licenses (MDSL) which impacts wineries and other types of alcoholic beverage manufacturers becoming licensed prior to the program requirements being finalized. On Jan 30th, the Alaska Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office’s (AMCO) Alcohol Board approved a new draft of […]Read More
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The Alaska Title 4 Rewrite law (SB 9) which provides for limited, regulated, tax-paid wine shipping by wineries of all sizes in the United States that obtain a license from the Alaska Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office (AMCO) is scheduled to take effect on Jan. 1, 2024. Wine Institute had hoped wineries would be able […]Read More
Louisiana has removed the 200-transaction threshold for economic nexus for sales tax for remote sellers. Starting Aug. 1, 2023, out-of-state direct wine shipper permittees only need to register with the Louisiana Sales and Use Tax Commission for Remote Sellers and collect and remit state and local sales taxes through the commission if they meet the […]Read More