Taxation in the United States

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  • / Technology

    Colorado to online shoppers: Pay your own sales tax

    Colorado enacted a new law this week that requires e-retailers that don’t collect sales tax to notify consumers of their responsibility to pay the tax.

    Posted 03/03/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Colorado enacted a new law this week that requires e-retailers that don’t collect sales tax to notify consumers of their responsibility to pay the tax.
  • Fight Over Affiliates

    Several states try to use affiliates as a back-door way to impose sales taxes on online purchases. But e-retailers are pushing back.

    Posted 07/31/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Several states try to use affiliates as a back-door way to impose sales taxes on online purchases. But e-retailers are pushing back.
  • Backers optimistic they can sell Congress on Internet sales tax this year

    Although several efforts to force Internet retailers to collect state sale tax have failed in the past, advocates say new legislation this year just might become law. A big reason for the change: A sales tax law would be a way for Washington to financially assist states without spending federal tax dollars.

    Posted 04/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Although several efforts to force Internet retailers to collect state sale tax have failed in the past, advocates say new legislation this year just might become law. A big reason for the change: A sales tax law would be a way for Washington to financially assist states without spending federal tax…
  • Amazon and Overstock get booted out of court case over New York Internet sales tax

    When it comes to paying the tax man in New York State, there’s no way out through the Internet, a New York judge has told Amazon and Overstock. The judge recently rejected the two retailers’ arguments that they should not have to abide by a new state law that requires them to process sales tax on sales garnered through affiliate web sites based in New York.

    Posted 01/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    When it comes to paying the tax man in New York State, there’s no way out through the Internet, a New York judge has told Amazon and Overstock. The judge recently rejected the two retailers’ arguments that they should not have to abide by a new state law that requires them to process sales tax…
  • / Technology

    New York judge dismisses Amazon and Overstock sales tax suits

    A New York judge has dismissed lawsuits by Amazon.com and Overstock.com challenging a new law allowing New York to collect sales taxes from web retailers with no physical presence in the state. Overstock.com immediately announced plans to appeal.

    Posted 01/13/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    A New York judge has dismissed lawsuits by Amazon.com and Overstock.com challenging a new law allowing New York to collect sales taxes from web retailers with no physical presence in the state. Overstock.com immediately announced plans to appeal.
  • / Technology

    Overstock files legal challenge to New York’s Internet sales tax

    Overstock.com has followed Amazon.com’s lead in filing a lawsuit against a New York law that requires more retailers to collect sales tax on Internet orders.

    Posted 06/06/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Overstock.com has followed Amazon.com’s lead in filing a lawsuit against a New York law that requires more retailers to collect sales tax on Internet orders.
  • / Technology

    Assurz tells retailers its returns service is no more

    Home improvement e-retailer eImprovement and other merchants have been scrambling to remove the Assurz logo from their sites after a sudden notice on Friday from Assurz Inc. that it was terminating its third-party returns and refund service.

    Posted 06/03/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Home improvement e-retailer eImprovement and other merchants have been scrambling to remove the Assurz logo from their sites after a sudden notice on Friday from Assurz Inc. that it was terminating its third-party returns and refund service.
  • Amazon, Overstock act against New York law on sales tax

    In the long-simmering battle between states and Internet merchants over the collection of sales tax, New York upped the ante in April when it amended its sales tax law to cover sales by out-of-state online retailers who get customers through New York-based affiliate sites. But Amazon and Overstock say they won’t let the state cut into their profit margins without a fight.

    Posted 05/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In the long-simmering battle between states and Internet merchants over the collection of sales tax, New York upped the ante in April when it amended its sales tax law to cover sales by out-of-state online retailers who get customers through New York-based affiliate sites. But Amazon and Overstock…
  • / Press Release

    AvaTax for ProStores Now Available to neoverve Customers

    Bainbridge Island, WA-October 22, 2007 – Sales tax technology provider Avalara® (www.avalara.com) today announced a distribution partnership with neoverve® (www.neoverve.com) for the AvaTax sales tax compliance service. neoverve is a master reseller and certified designer of ProStores®, designing and hosting e-commerce stores using the ProStores platform. ProStores is an eBay Company that allows small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to create...

    Posted 10/31/2007

    Bainbridge Island, WA-October 22, 2007 – Sales tax technology provider Avalara® (www.avalara.com) today announced a distribution partnership with neoverve® (www.neoverve.com) for the AvaTax sales tax compliance service. neoverve is a master reseller and certified designer of ProStores®,…
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    IRS seeks PayPay account information in investigation of tax havens

    The Internal Revenue Service has asked PayPay Inc. for account information on customers who might be evading taxes by hiding income in other countries. "We’re concerned about the privacy of our account holders,” the company says.

    Posted 04/14/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The Internal Revenue Service has asked PayPay Inc. for account information on customers who might be evading taxes by hiding income in other countries. "We’re concerned about the privacy of our account holders,” the company says.

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