Internet sales tax
The Herald-Dispatch in West Virginia published a letter from Phil Bond, executive director of WE R HERE, that stated the Marketplace Fairness Act “would effectively tilt the playing field to favor big companies…”
WE R HERE Executive Director and tax fairness advocate Phil Bond today issued the following statement recognizing Cyber Monday:
What's needed is protection for Internet sellers and consumers.
We R Here & R Street respond to Small Business Administration study on the effects of the small business exemption.
CEO of Disruptor Capital, Pete Snyder provides his perspective on why Internet sales tax would be harmful to small businesses across the nation.
In an op-ed by Lynnae Allred, owner of MyBarnwoodFrames.com, Allred explains how the Marketplace Fairness act would hurt her family-owned business.
An Op-Ed by Executive Director, Phil Bond in the Spokesman-Review.
A new study finds software to help small businesses comply with an U.S. Internet sales tax would cost many businesses tens of thousands of dollars to roll out and nearly as much to maintain each year.
For many customers, one of the true benefits in online shopping is the lack of sales tax.