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Tag: Internet Tax

Rep. Bob Goodlatte Introduces Internet Tax Legislation In House
Back in August, Sens. Ron Wyden and John Thune introduced legislation that would permanently extend the Internet Tax Freedom Act of 1998. The legislat...
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Should Internet Access Remain Tax Free?
You probably pay a lot for Internet, but at least you don’t have to pay taxes on your service with each monthly bill. That may all change next y...
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Should The Senate Pass Online Sales Tax Legislation? [Updated]
Update: It passed. Currently in the U.S., state governments are only obligated to collect sales taxes from online retailers that are based in their ow...
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Senators Seek To Extend The Internet Tax Freedom Act Indefinitely
Unless you’re buying something online, the Internet is a tax free service. That all might change in 2014, however, if a bill barring the governm...
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U.N. Considering Global Internet Tax for U.S.-Based Websites
Should some of the largest online content providers have to pay up in order to continue to reach the global market? The United Nations thinks so, acco...
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What is the Right Solution for Internet Tax?
The Internet sales tax issue has been debated for a number of years, but the issue grew to a new level of intensity after the state of California sign...
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