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Joined: Apr 30, 2004
From: Las Vegas
| Posted: 2011-06-03 23:35  |
With states running in red I'm not surprised at the push to remove the online sales-tax reprieve. I just wonder if it is removed what effect if any it'll have on online purchases and buying in general of financially strapped consumers._mykl
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Joined: Oct 25, 2001
From: Poughkeepsie, New York
| Posted: 2011-06-03 13:28  |
" There's a growing sense among state and federal lawmakers that the online sales-tax reprieve, once meant to support and nurture a fledgling industry, constitutes an advantage that Amazon, with 90 million customers and $34 billion in annual sales, no longer needs "
Effects of the state of the economy, no doubt. Click here for more information.
Joined: Feb 28, 2003
From: Chicago,IL, USA
| Posted: 2011-06-04 22:14  |
When filing state income tax for 2010 in the state of Illinois you had a choice of reporting all the on line purchases you made and paying the tax or paying a small percentage based on income. Apparently, the amount you purchase on Amazon and the likes can be accessed and revealed if requested.