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Judge Rules Colorado Sales Tax Reporting Scheme Unconstitutional

Politicians the world around spend their time scheming ways to separate their constituents from their money. Anyone involved in online marketing we should be aware that states cannot force an online merchant to collect sales tax unless the merchant has … Continue reading

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California Taxes Amazon: Amazon Drops California Affiliates

It’s always interesting when someone purporting to be a capitalist is willing to screw another capitalist under the illusion of fairness.  The resident merchants of Caliornia joined up in unison to attack the online sellers, Amazon.com and Overstock.com and the … Continue reading

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Another State Tries to Put the Squeeze on Amazon

Texas demands Amazon collect sales taxes.  Amazon Leaves Texas. Texas really showed ’em, huh? More government wisdom in action. http://bsfootprint.com/government/amazoncom-complies-with-texas-law-gets-no-love

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Democrat SenatorWants Taxes on Internet Sales

Here’s some amazing news for internet marketers.  Democrat Senator, Dick Durbin plans to introduce a bill to collect taxes on internet sales.  Now, imagine that.  A Democrat wants more taxes. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20052999-281.html Why do you suppose we would ever call a … Continue reading

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Illinois Tries to Squeeze Blood From a Turnip

Illinois, desperate for money to support the Dems mismanagement have decided that the next ripe turnip is online purchases.  But Amazon.com isn’t willing to be that turnip. From Internet Retailer today: Lawmakers in Illinois have voted for a 6.25% tax … Continue reading

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