Kansas Changes DtC Wine Compliance Requirements Effective Immediately

Alexander Dunn
June 18, 2021

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed HB 2137 into law on May 19, 2021, making several critical changes relating to the DtC shipping of wine impacting fulfillment houses and DtC Sellers. These changes are immediately effective.

  1. Kansas requires both in-state and out-of-state fulfillment houses to register and received a Fulfillment House License. Each location of the fulfillment house needs to be separately licensed.

  2. Fulfillment house licensees must file a monthly report of their shipments electronically by the 15th of the month following shipments.

  3. The timing for remitting gallonage tax returns has changed from annually to quarterly

  4. Both the gallonage tax and sales reports must now be filed electronically.

For more information on these important changes, please review this blog:

 

 

 

 

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