States Seeking Unity on Sales Taxes, Covet Web Revenues

Vadum, Matthew
August 2000
Bond Buyer;08/08/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30949, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on an initiative by a number of states in the United States aimed at simplifying and streamlining the sales and use tax system. Taxation of so-called remote sales; Prediction that participants in the Streamlined Sales Tax Project should be able to agree on model legislation; Development of uniform definitions of taxable items applicable to Internet electronic commerce.


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