Get State Tax Newsletters via the Internet



M ost accountants today can’t overlook state tax issues. Clients who once did business in only one state now often have business connections in many. This can make keeping up with state tax law changes difficult. But thanks to the Internet, it’s easier for CPAs to stay current. Many states now offer tax newsletters that can be e-mailed when available, and others post the newsletters on their Web sites.

A listing of all 50 states and the District of Columbia tells where to find each newsletter. (See below.)

—Jay A. Scheidlinger CPA, JD, an associate with M.R. Weiser & Co., LLP, Lake Success, New York.

State Name of newsletter How to obtain it
Alabama Revenue Review
Arizona Tax News Sign up at
Alaska n/a
Arkansas State Revenue Tax Sign up at
California Tax News Sign up at
Colorado Revenue Today
Connecticut Tax News Sign up at
Delaware Technical Memoranda
District of Columbia n/a
Florida Facts on Tax Sign up at
Georgia Revenue Quarterly
Hawaii Tax News
Idaho Tax Updates
Illinois n/a
Indiana Tax Dispatch Sign up at
Iowa n/a
Kansas n/a
Kentucky Tax Alert Sign up at
Louisiana Tax Topics
Maine Tax Alert
Maryland ReveNews
Massachusetts Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin
Michigan Tax Advisor Sign up at
Minnesota n/a
Mississippi n/a
Missouri n/a
Montana n/a
Nebraska Update
Nevada Tax Notes
New Hampshire Technical Information Release Sign up at
New Jersey State Tax News
New Mexico Tax Roundup Sign up at
New York Empire State News
North Carolina n/a
North Dakota various newsletters
Ohio n/a
Oklahoma Business Bulletin Sign up at
Oregon Revenue Today
Pennsylvania Tax Update Sign up at
Rhode Island Tax News
South Carolina ReveNews Sign up at
South Dakota Taxation News Sign up at
Tennessee Tax Quarterly
Texas Legislative Updates
Utah Tax Bulletin Sign up at
Vermont Legislative Updates Sign up at
Virginia n/a
Washington Tax Facts
West Virginia Tax Review
Wisconsin Tax Bulletin
Wyoming n/a


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