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    Online sales tax will still be an ongoing issue in 2002.

    Despite a moratorium that put off addressing Internet tax for two more years, groups working to resolve the issue will still have much to do.

    Posted 12/31/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Despite a moratorium that put off addressing Internet tax for two more years, groups working to resolve the issue will still have much to do.
  • / Technology

    Net Shoppers Just Say 'Nyet' to Taxes

    Nearly 60% of consumers say they would make fewer online purchases if they had to pay sales tax, according to a new survey by BizRate.com (http://www.bizrate.com). "The BizRate.com data clearly show that Internet consumers are tax conscious and want the choice whether or not to pay the tax at the point of purchase," says Ben Isaacson, executive director of the Association for Interactive Media,.which co-sponsored the survey. "If the Internet is...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Nearly 60% of consumers say they would make fewer online purchases if they had to pay sales tax, according to a new survey by BizRate.com (http://www.bizrate.com). "The BizRate.com data clearly show that Internet consumers are tax conscious and want the choice whether or not to pay the tax at the…
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    A House subcommittee approves extending the Internet tax moratorium

    The House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law has voted to extend the moratorium on Internet taxes. The legislation applies mainly to taxes on Internet access and did not address sales taxes, as some would like.

    Posted 08/03/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law has voted to extend the moratorium on Internet taxes. The legislation applies mainly to taxes on Internet access and did not address sales taxes, as some would like.
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    The DMA expresses concern at reported Internet sales tax agreement

    The DMA says Congress’s reported agreement on Internet taxation fails to address the issue of the complexity of sales tax laws.

    Posted 06/19/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The DMA says Congress’s reported agreement on Internet taxation fails to address the issue of the complexity of sales tax laws.
  • / Technology

    The ban on Internet tax expires this weekend

    Congress failed to pass an extension on an Internet tax ban that expires this weekend. The House passed a two-year extension of the moratorium that did not address the sales tax issue; the measure was blocked in the Senate.

    Posted 10/19/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Congress failed to pass an extension on an Internet tax ban that expires this weekend. The House passed a two-year extension of the moratorium that did not address the sales tax issue; the measure was blocked in the Senate.
  • / Technology

    NRF wants multi-channel sales tax collection

    National Retail Federation calls for leveling the sales tax playing field and support equality across distribution channels.

    Posted 03/14/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    National Retail Federation calls for leveling the sales tax playing field and support equality across distribution channels.
  • / Technology

    Senate introduces Internet sales tax bill

    Following similar action in the House of Representatives, two U.S. senators introduced a bill that grants states the authority to mandate collection of tax on Internet-based sales. Both bills exempt retailers doing less than $5 million in annual sales.

    Posted 10/17/2003Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Following similar action in the House of Representatives, two U.S. senators introduced a bill that grants states the authority to mandate collection of tax on Internet-based sales. Both bills exempt retailers doing less than $5 million in annual sales.
  • / Technology

    Anti-tax group warns of Internet taxation

    A National Taxpayers Union study has identified several unresolved tax issues that it says could threaten online commerce. NTU advocates lower taxes, less wasteful spending and government accountability. "Within the next three months, Congress could make choices that will affect Internet taxation and the Information Age for years," said study author and NTU Policy Associate Paul Gessing. He contends that upcoming legislation to extend the federal...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A National Taxpayers Union study has identified several unresolved tax issues that it says could threaten online commerce. NTU advocates lower taxes, less wasteful spending and government accountability. "Within the next three months, Congress could make choices that will affect Internet taxation…
  • / Technology

    A new joint group looks at Internet tax compensation costs

    A group of government and business advisers is developing a tax compensation study to look at the costs of collecting sales taxes before and after proposed sales tax simplifications are adopted by state governments.

    Posted 08/30/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    A group of government and business advisers is developing a tax compensation study to look at the costs of collecting sales taxes before and after proposed sales tax simplifications are adopted by state governments.
  • / Technology

    E-commerce Tax Committee Member Asks Clinton To End Stalemate

    A member of the federal panel on e-commerce taxes has asked President Clinton to reverse the administration's opposition to a compromise proposal. Dean Andal, chairman of California's state Board of Equalization and a member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce, sent a letter to Clinton on Thursday, urging him to instruct the comission's three federal appointees to support a compromise package drafted by the panel's six...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A member of the federal panel on e-commerce taxes has asked President Clinton to reverse the administration's opposition to a compromise proposal. Dean Andal, chairman of California's state Board of Equalization and a member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce, sent a letter to…

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