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Another example of a government taking down part of the economy by trying to get greedy and raise taxes.
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Don't know what's more disturbing, the article itself, or the idiots commenting and vilifying Amazon for doing it. You can bet that every single one of them has never owned a business or had a payroll. Keep biting the hands that feed you folks and it will only get worse.
didn't va or nj do this about 6 months ago? I seem to remember a thread about it. I wonder what the outcome was in that case.
edit: found it, it was NC
I think it also happened in New York a few years ago. Not sure of the details.
Its working on happening in California too.
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If I am reading this correctly, if I were to hit an affiliate site owned by someone in Colorado and I purchased something to ship to Colorado, someone would get charged a sales tax because my sale is technically generated by company in Colorado?
However, if I went directly to Amazon.com and just bought the same product and shipped to Colorado, I wouldn't get charged sales tax??
So the end result is that the customer will sometimes get charged sales tax? or Amazon would have to eat the sales tax and say it's included in the price to provide a consistent store face?
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