• What the Supreme Court sales tax ruling means for New Yorkers

    28 days ago - By New York Post

    New Yorkers will soon have nowhere to hide from the steep sales tax. The state can now force all online retailers to collect the 8.875 percent combined state and city sales tax on purchases made by Big Apple residents, according to a US Supreme Court ruling Thursday. The 5-4 decision overturned the 1992 Quill Corp.-vs.-North...
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  • Impact of high court's online sales-tax ruling might be modest in Washington state

    Impact of high court's online sales-tax ruling might be modest in Washington state

    28 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    The court said states can collect sales taxes directly from sellers outside their borders, unlocking hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue and leveling the playing field for brick-and-mortar stores.
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  • Online sales tax ruling could bring $30M more to Nevada

    28 days ago - By Miami Herald

    Nevada's top tax official says a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday allowing states to require more online retailers to collect sales tax could bring in an extra $30 million a...
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  • SCOTUS ruling on internet sales taxes means consumers will pay billions more

    28 days ago - By NBC News

    The justices broke with 50 years' worth of legal rulings that barred the states from imposing sales taxes on most of the purchases their residents make from out-of-state retailers.
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  • Favorable U.S. tax ruling gives limited boost to big-box retailers

    28 days ago - By Reuters

    NEW YORK - Complying with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Thursday that forces online retailers to collect sales tax just like their brick-and-mortar counterparts will be a heavy burden for smaller e-commerce businesses.
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  • Jeff Bezos Will Lose Zero Sleep Over the Supreme Court's Decision to End Tax-Free Online Shopping

    28 days ago - By Slate

    The Supreme Court dragged a bit of American tax law into the 21st century on Thursday, ruling that states could finally force all online retailers to collect sales taxes even if they lack a physical presence there.
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  • Supreme Court rules that internet businesses must collect all state and local sales taxes

    28 days ago - By The Morning Call

    The Supreme Court on Thursday ended a dispute as old as the internet, ruling that all online sales are subject to the same state and local sales taxes that are collected on purchases at brick-and-mortar retailers. The decision will inject billions of dollars into state coffers, but also increase...
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  • Granite State business owners worry about impact of Supreme Court sales tax decision

    Granite State business owners worry about impact of Supreme Court sales tax decision

    28 days ago - By WMUR

    A decision from the U.S. Supreme Court is raising serious questions for New Hampshire businesses.
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  • U.S. Supreme Court allows states to collect internet sales taxes

    U.S. Supreme Court allows states to collect internet sales taxes

    28 days ago - By WCVB

    States will be able to force more people to pay sales tax when they make online purchases under a Supreme Court decision.
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  • Supreme Court Ruling Means Some Online Purchases Will Cost More

    Supreme Court Ruling Means Some Online Purchases Will Cost More

    28 days ago - By NPR

    States will reap billions after a major ruling that says states may now impose sales taxes on Internet retailers, even ones out of state and with no physical presence in the state.
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  • Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper Says He's Considering 2020 Presidential Run

    28 days ago - By Bloomberg

    Colorado Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper discusses the impact on his state from the Trump administration's trade tariffs, the Supreme Court's internet tax ruling, immigration, and offers his thoughts on the 2020 presidential election. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
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  • Why the Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling May Benefit Amazon

    28 days ago - By Wired

    States can now require all online retailers to collect sales tax, even if the company does not have a physical presence in the state.
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  • Target, Best Buy laud Supreme Court decision allowing states to collect taxes from online retailers

    28 days ago - By Star Tribune

    Big retailers have long complained they are at a disadvantage when online competitors don't have to charge sales tax.
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  • Trump subtweets Amazon in praising Supreme Court tax ruling

    28 days ago - By Politico

    President Donald Trump praised the Supreme Court's online sales tax decision on Thursday, but analysts said the ruling may have only a marginal impact on his frequent target Amazon. "Big Supreme Court win on internet sales tax - about time" Trump tweeted hours after the ruling handed a victory to states seeking a new revenue stream from online retailers. “Big victory for fairness and for our country. Great victory for consumers and retailers.” The president's words echoed his past accusations that Amazon's rise to one of the nation's biggest retailers is harming local governments and...
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  • South Dakotans may see lower sales tax rate after tax ruling

    28 days ago - By Miami Herald

    South Dakota residents may see lower sales tax rates because of a provision in state law passed years ahead of a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing states to make online...
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  • Illinois set to collect sales tax on more online purchases after Supreme Court ruling

    28 days ago - By Chicago Tribune

    Illinois is set to collect sales tax on more online purchases after the Supreme Court loosened restrictions on states' ability to require retailers to charge the tax. That means Illinois shoppers who are used to checking out tax-free when buying a laptop at Newegg or a sofa at Overstock could find...
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  • What's that extra in my online cart? Soon, maybe a sales tax

    What's that extra in my online cart? Soon, maybe a sales tax

    28 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    NEW YORK - Attention shoppers: You may soon be paying more taxes on what you put in your online cart. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that states can require online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases that come from states where they don't have any shops, offices or warehouses. Before that, retailers didn't...
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  • States, traditional retailers rejoice as Supreme Court rules internet businesses must collect sales taxes

    28 days ago - By The Morning Call

    States may require online retailers to collect sales taxes, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday, likely ending shoppers' ability to save a few bucks by ordering online. In a 5-4 decision defying ideological lines, the court overturned pre-Internet decisions that exempted businesses from collecting...
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