Articles Explaining Wisconsin
Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Law Changes

Effective October 1, 2009, a number of changes were made to Wisconsin's sales and use tax laws which affect Wisconsin retailers. These changes were made to conform Wisconsin's sales and use tax laws to the requirements of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement. For additional information about some of these changes, click on the links below. Please also note that this list of changes is not all-inclusive.

Other Information:

Publication 201, Wisconsin Sales and Use Tax Information, has been updated to include current information about food products; medical exemptions; where a sale takes place (i.e., sourcing); bundled transactions; leases, licenses, and rentals; and other changes resulting from the adoption of Wisconsin's streamlined sales tax laws.

Other publications, such as Publication 220, Grocers, have also been updated for the streamlined sales and use tax law changes.

Link to Streamlined Sales and Use Tax page

Streamlined Sales Tax Training - Fall 2010 Power Point

October 2, 2014