Good News for Dealers, No taxes on online sales repealed by SCOTUS

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6/21/2018 8:25 AM

I was wondering how long this free ride would last. Online retailers will now have to collect taxes.

https://apnews.com/332abb7455cb4b60b2effc0852ff3c89/High-Court:-Online-shoppers-can-be-forced-to-pay-sales-tax

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6/21/2018 8:47 AM

Yay taxes

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6/21/2018 9:03 AM

Alito and RBG agree on a decision but yet it’s still considered a political issue ?

I hope you’re trolling

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6/21/2018 9:09 AM

early wrote:

Yay taxes

They're going to fix so many problems with that money......

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6/21/2018 9:09 AM

how are they going to enforce this and how will it affect small businesses that sell a few things out of state ?

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6/21/2018 9:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/21/2018 9:17 AM

In related Moto affecting news, The German automakers have agreed to let the US makers sell in Germany without tariffs. wink The Art of War. The sky is not falling.

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6/21/2018 9:13 AM

Looks like I'll be buying all my on-line stuff via our "University of Oregon" house!

CA ain't getting an extra cent outta me.

Ever.

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6/21/2018 9:15 AM

500guy wrote:

how are they going to enforce this and how will it affect small businesses that sell a few things out of state ?

Small businesses will get reamed once again by onerous rules that require them to take on massive amount of red tape to remain in compliance, that's how.

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6/21/2018 9:30 AM

early wrote:

Yay taxes

smashingpumpkins167 wrote:

They're going to fix so many problems with that money......

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6/21/2018 10:03 AM

It is possible you posted this response in the wrong thread? I have no idea how what you just said relates to the story OP posted.

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6/21/2018 10:14 AM

sorry didn't see it was an SC ruling.

second sentence still applies.

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6/21/2018 10:20 AM

I wouldn't think it would be that complicated.

Just get an ap or program that automatically calculates it in the cart like they already do for shipping and sales in their state that they already had to collect.

While it might cost some a little more ( I live in tn, which uses a high sales tax to offset a lack of a state income tax) I do think this helps eliminate an advantage that online sellers had over brick and mortar stores.

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6/21/2018 10:23 AM

Not paying online sales tax is the closest most people come to having a good accountant.

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6/21/2018 10:28 AM

There is always Ebay..,and Oregon

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6/21/2018 10:28 AM

Those rmatv race gas cards aren’t gonna be stretching as far now.

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6/21/2018 10:49 AM

Johnny Depp wrote:

I was wondering how long this free ride would last. Online retailers will now have to collect taxes.

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Woah that is good news for retailers!

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6/21/2018 11:02 AM

Johnny Depp wrote:

I was wondering how long this free ride would last. Online retailers will now have to collect taxes.

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It took me a minute to understand why you see this as good news for dealers. I don't know if sales tax is the real difference maker though. The big online sales houses really beat them on price and I think that is the real factor in buying online (not to mention you can have anything delivered to your doorstep the next day).

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6/21/2018 11:18 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/21/2018 11:19 AM

Johnny Depp wrote:

I was wondering how long this free ride would last. Online retailers will now have to collect taxes.

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motomike137 wrote:

It took me a minute to understand why you see this as good news for dealers. I don't know if sales tax is the real difference ...more

I am no fan of taxes, and I want consumers to have the best choices possible and let them decide. Whatever the state taxes are (8% in TX) that is a very difficult challenge for retail stores to compete against, and they are long overdue some relief from unfair competition.

Direct from China and other countries products are also a big part of our online purchases, and it is unlikely anyone will reel them in, although the tariff "negotiations" going on right now are an attempt to do so. We shall see.

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6/21/2018 11:33 AM

I agree with you but this doesnt invalidate my statement.

Also, reality is some folks are irretrievably tribalistic. Galts gulch more likely than maga

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