We hope you found last month’s updates on our product roadmap initiatives helpful. This month, we turn our attention to changes released in April and May that keep ShipCompliant up to date.
- We’ve added new columns to the PRO Fees by Brand State Report. Now, you can review additional registration data within the report, like product/class type (spirit/wine/sparkling/beer), ABV, and country of origin.
- Alabama: Direct-to-consumer product registrations are now available. If you ship to consumers in Alabama, you are required to register your wines with the Alabama Alcohol Beverage Control Board before shipping them into the state. Any wines that are already registered with the state for distribution with Alabama wholesalers do not need to be re-registered for DtC shipping.
- California: Updated forms CDTFA-401-A2: Sales and Use Tax Return and Sales and Use Tax Return for Retailers with state changes.
- Georgia: Updated tax rates on Form ST-3.
- Missouri: Updated the Sales and Use Tax Return with new jurisdictions.
- Nebraska: Updated the state Sales and Use Tax Return Local Schedule with a rate change for Arapahoe city.
- South Carolina: Updated forms L-BW-I-1 and –4 with the state’s new mailing address.
- Texas: Updated the Sales and Use Tax Return with new jurisdictions.
- Washington: Updated the Combined Excise Tax Return with cosmetic changes.
- Wyoming: Updated the e-File link for Wyoming sales tax returns and added a new download alternative for e-Filers.
We appreciate your continued business and partnership!
For detailed notes on monthly compliance and maintenance updates, check out the Product Updates section in your ShipCompliant Resource Center.