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6/21/2018 9:39 AM


6/27/2018 3:47 PM

You knew it was coming. Presently the few states that have gone down that path only require you to comply if you company exceeds a certain threshold. In this case the state set it at somothing like 100K.
For small companies the book keeping and reporting can motivate you to close shop.

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6/28/2018 2:02 AM

this is a world ride issue, as more people buy online the states/countries are losing the income of sales taxes,

NZ had a limit of $400 and under that you did not get charged for the good coming in, they are taking it down to 0 now and if the company does over so much turn over in NZ they will have to collect it, not sure how they will enforce that to international companies, (australia is doing something similar, and i think the UK already has)

a well known US internet motorcycle company was writing invoices down for this so you did not get done for the tax coming in, they even had it noted on their website they would do it, the practice stopped after investigations,