• Is It E-commerce Retailers Turn To Pay The Piper?

    23 days ago - By Forbes

    What impact will the Supreme Court's recent decision to close the e-commerce sales tax loophole, ruling that internet retailers can be required to collect sales taxes even in states where they have no physical presence, have on e-commerce?
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  • The Supreme Court decision that will put more taxes on internet sales is good news for you

    The Supreme Court decision that will put more taxes on internet sales is good news for you

    23 days ago - By Business Insider

    The Supreme Court this week ruled that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don't have a physical presence in the states.
    It's good news for consumers.
    It will ultimately lead to a fairer and more rational tax system, even if it means missing out on deals from time to time.
    President Donald Trump says the Supreme Court decision in Wayfair vs. South Dakota is a "great victory for consumers and retailers."
    He happens to be right, even if the real reason he likes this decision is he thinks it's bad for Amazon and Jeff Bezos.
    The decision reverses two Supreme Court...
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  • What The Supreme Court's Tax Decision Means For South Dakota

    23 days ago - By NPR

    A Supreme Court ruling this past week could change how online retailers get taxed. NPR's Scott Simon talks with South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley, who argued the case in front of the court.
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