Showroom tax bills coming

Thomas, Larry
June 2001
Furniture/Today;6/25/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 41, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that first tax assessments to fund the International Home Furnishings Market Authority will be mailed to showroom owners in High Point, North Carolina. Expected amount to be generated from the showroom tax; Responsibility of showroom owners in paying the tax.


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