All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Internet Taxes’

Internet Taxes Banned Up Until 2014

The internet tax freedom act has been extended another 7 years. It was down to the wire, but the vote was unanimous. The House passed the bill that the Senate passed last week. It passed 402-0. The current law was going to expire in two days. It’s expected that President Bush will sign it into law.

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Internet Taxes Avoided For Now

The present moratorium on Internet taxes has been extended for another four years, despite calls for Congress to make the ban permanent.

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Online Taxes Could Be Implemented

A new voluntary tax agreement, the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement between 22 states means consumers could now be charged a sales tax on certain Internet and catalog purchases from businesses in other states.

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