February 17, 2022.
Allyn’s proprietary Global Trade Management (GTM) solution, CIMS, is a robust platform that allows clients to maintain the highest levels of compliance while maintaining top operational efficiency. CIMS was developed in-house at Allyn specifically for the purposes of creating a best-in-class trade platform, with the goal of...Read More
February 11, 2022.
Massive truck protests over COVID-19 regulations that originated in Canada’s capital, Ottawa, on January 29 have sprawled away from urban centers and onto major thoroughfares, including those connecting trade routes between Canada and the United States. On February 10, 2022, the Ambassador Bridge between Detroit and Windsor was partially blocked, disrupting...Read More
January 18, 2022.
With an increasing number of orders requiring international fulfillment, companies are experiencing the effects of trade policy more than ever before. New tariffs, trade agreements, e-commerce regulations, and even sanctions have led to frequently changing trade requirements, which have caused confusion or delay in most cases. The...Read More
January 13, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications
One effect of the coronavirus pandemic has been a massive growth in e-commerce– as more people were confined inside their domiciles due to lockdowns and other restrictions, they increasingly began to turn to the internet for their shopping needs. The impact of the pandemic on e-commerce is well documented...Read More
United States Passes Total Goods Ban on all Products from Xinjiang Province due to Forced Labor Allegations
January 05, 2022.
On December 16, the US Senate unanimously passed a bill to effectively ban the import of goods from the Xinjiang region in China, a critical step after the House passed the same bill days earlier. President Biden is expected to sign the legislation in a move widely seen as an admonishment...Read More
January 03, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications
On January 20, 2022, a coalition of 140 bipartisan U.S. lawmakers sent a letter to the Ambassador of the Office of U.S. Trade Representative, Katherine Tai, requesting immediate approval and implementation of Section 301 exemptions. The lawmakers claimed that failure to do so would irreparably harm US businesses in multiple industries, and...Read More
December 30, 2021.
Singapore-Malaysia land VTL to be launched on Nov 29, travelers must use designated bus services. The initial land VTL arrangement, travelers whom only eligible for citizens, permanent residents, or long-term pass holders of the country that they are entering without the need for quarantine. On 20 December 2021 (Monday), Singapore's Ministry of...Read More
December 24, 2021.
If preparing, issuing, collecting, verifying, and storing exemption or resale certificates for exempt sales made in the US was not a daunting task previously, it most certainly is now. After the Wayfair decision in June 2018 that rocked the sales tax world, businesses are now faced with a myriad...Read More
December 22, 2021.
When you delve into the broad corporate term of “licensing,” you’ll find a myriad of subtitles: Business, dealer, manufacturer, sales tax, delivery, master, privilege, hazmat, merchant, leasing, occupational, etc. The list goes on and on. The necessary data that drives each filing can be as varied....Read More
December 20, 2021.
Resale certificates can go by a number of different names: Reseller‘s Permit, Resale License, Resale Exemption Certificate, etc. Whatever name the document goes by, the function of it is to allow retailers to buy products without paying sales tax. Resale certificates cannot be used for items that will...Read More
December 17, 2021.
Exemption Certificates Introduction To know if an exemption or resale certificate your business receives or issues is valid, it is important to understand what this document entails. An exemption or resale certificate is a form or document issued by a business to ensure sales tax is not applied to their...Read More
December 15, 2021.
Use Tax Overview Use tax is defined as a tax on the storage, use, or consumption of a taxable item or service on which no sales tax has been paid. It is known as a complementary tax to sales tax and can be applied if a different state sales...Read More