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IAN BUTLER: REVENUE ENHANCEMENT
Posted on July 02, 2009 at 09:19 PM in THE FUNNY GUY | Permalink
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Didn't Bill Clinton have some law about not taxing Internet sales? I think George W. Bush expanded the law.
Sales tax in Washoe County was 7.375% and recently raised to 7.75% as of July 1, 2009. I found this out at Sears in Tanforan San Bruno, having a new refrigerator and having it delivered to the Lake In Washoe County.
I had this explained to me. If you buy something over the Internet and if it is shipped or the company ships in the state you reside, the rules are different. Dell Computer used to charge sales tax and send the money in to the proper agency.
jim alex |
July 03, 2009 at 05:50 AM
"Since internet sales aren’t taxed, those sales would have been unaffected by Measure D,..."
Actually this isn't true, if the sales are within California. Assuming the "personal wares" are sold from Pacifica, any California purchaser would be charged sales tax.
And within interstate commerce is the unenforced law that local use tax, i.e., what is owed to the receiving jurisdiction, should be collected.
There isn't any uniform law within the states that would regulate and collect tax revenue.
That needs to be corrected, as much revenue would result and business playing fields would, in part, be leveled.
Lionel Emde |
July 02, 2009 at 09:55 PM
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