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Growing Support for Online Sales Taxes…

Online Sales taxes at both the state and federal level pose a potential nightmare for small business owners.  Chrissy Harbin from AFP-HQ returns to talk about the legislation, some of the legislative players looking to impose them, and why we need to stop these in their tracks.  

SCOTUS Upholds South Dakota’s Right to Tax Online Sales From Retailers Outside the State

Yuck. The Commerce Clause must not prefer interstate commerce only to the point where a merchant physically crosses state borders. Rejecting the physical presence rule is necessary to ensure that artificial competitive advantages are not created by this Court’s precedents. This Court should not prevent States from collecting lawful taxes through a physical presence rule …

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Translating Outbound U-Hauls Into Tax Revenues (Downward)

San Francisco and California have made themselves shining examples. Couldn’t happen to a better City and State. When you make yourselves unhealthy to live in from a financial standpoint, no amount of “Best weather in the US” (frankly, Hawai’i is better).

Did You Vote to Send Your Tax Dollars to China?

Did You Vote to Send Your Tax Dollars to China?

China is guilty of unleashing a deadly, life-altering virus on the world. Yet, the American taxpayer has sent money to the Chinese government. That’s correct, China has taken American taxpayer dollars as part of the Paycheck Protection Program.

Why New Hampshire’s ‘hurried’ Internet Sales Tax Solution Had to Die

The recent scramble to “do something” after the Wayfair decision said states could tax internet sales was big news. When the New Hampshire House killed the ‘bipartisan’ draft language that was big news. What should be even bigger news is that the language the committee used to draft the proposed legislation could hand some measure of “tax administration …

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