By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau
Farm Bureau’s Ana Kennedy tackled a taxing issue recently: Fairness & Simplification in the Marketplace can be a Taxing Issue.
The controvery is brewing on how to tax the Internet. Personally, I don’t think we should, especially since the burden of a business having to assess taxes based on the state the purchaser resides in is not the burden that brick and mortar’s reside in. I know there’s more to it than that but it’s certainly complex.
- Is the “Marketplace Fairness Act” Really in the Best Interest of Brick-and-Mortar Retailers? (heritageaction.com)
- Why Internet Sales Tax is Bad Public Policy (Opinion) (news.terra.com)
- RON PAUL: The Internet Tax Mandate Is Backwards Thinking (businessinsider.com)
- Proposed Bill Would Allow State To Collect Taxes On Every Internet Purchase (baltimore.cbslocal.com)
- Online Business Take Aim At Marketplace Fairness Act (prweb.com)
- WATCH: Rep. Bridenstine Explains His Opposition to the Internet Sales Tax (heritageaction.com)
- Wrecking the Economy one bill at a time … Meet the Internet Sales Tax ! (fredw-catharsisours.blogspot.com)
- Young Farmers and Ranchers are Concerned about Available Land (juliesfreshair.com)
- The Government needs all the Help it can Get; But Not In the Way You Think (juliesfreshair.com)
- Into the Belly of the Beast: My Visit to Monsanto (juliesfreshair.com)
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- Author : freshair