Oklahoma Congressman Set to Introduce Simplified Sales and Use Tax Bill

Vadum, Matthew
September 2003
Bond Buyer;9/17/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31721, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of legislator Ernest Istook to introduce a sales and use tax simplification legislative bill in the U.S. Aim of simplifying the process of collecting taxes on Internet-based sales; Requirement for the government to pay reasonable compensation to sellers; Creation of another national tax-collection system.


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