Share this page | Email | Contact Us

Special Report on

Real taxation of virtual commerce

real taxation of virtual commerce special research report Photo by www.hanna.ca
Abrahams, Nick. "Media laws for virtual worlds.(Australia). ." University of New South Wales Law Journal. 30.1 (Wntr 2007): 295-306. Adcock, Thomas. "The next big thing? (virtual law)." New York Law Journal (May 16, 2008): Alford, Roger P. "The virtual world and the arbitration world. " Journal of International Arbitration. 18.4 (August 2001): 449-461. Ambrogi, Robert J. "Resolving Disputes Online. " New Jersey Law Journal. 164.12 (June 18, 2001): 30. Anderson, Wade T. Criminalizing Virtual Child Pornography under the Child Pornography Prevention Act: Is it ...
to inhabit and interact, and the term today has become largely synonymous with interactive 3D virtual environments, where the users take the form of avatars visible to others graphically. These avatars are usually depicted as textual, two-dimensional, or three-dimensional graphical representations, although other forms are possible (auditory and touch sensations for example). Some, but not all, virtual worlds allow for multiple users. The computer accesses a computer-simulated world and presents perceptual stimuli to the user, who in turn can manipulate elements of the modeled world and thus experiences telepresence to a certain ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
House Of Rothschild: No One Can Understand What Has Happened To ...
The Rothschilds have been in control of the world for a very long time, their tentacles reaching into many aspects of our daily lives, as is documented in the following timeline. However, before you jump to the timeline, please read this invaluable introduction which will tell you who the Rothschilds are as oppose to who they claim to be. The Rothschilds claim that they are Jewish, when in fact they are Khazars. They are from a country called Khazaria, which occupied the land locked between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea which is now predominantly occupied by Georgia. The reason the Rothschilds claim to be Jewish is ... market research, surveys and trends
Going Under: Hard Truths for America's Sinking Consumers
hard truth about the U.S. economy is that corporations don’t need as many of us as workers but still need us as consumers. That dilemma helps explain why unemployment is stuck near 10 percent and why the economic recovery is stumbling toward a double dip. The Washington Post reported Thursday that non-financial companies are sitting on $1.8 trillion – about one-fourth more than at the start of the recession – but won’t add personnel in part because they’re waiting for consumer demand to pick up, which isn’t happening because many Americans don’t have jobs or are afraid of losing theirs. Yet, even if that vicious cycle could be ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
REAL TAXATION OF VIRTUAL COMMERCE

REAL TAXATION OF VIRTUAL COMMERCE
billion worldwide.37 Popular items sold through RMT are virtual ..... fifteen percent per month.74 As of September 2006, over 3000 people ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Julian Dibbell » IRS Taxpayer Advocate's Remarks on Virtual Worlds
file in which they were delivered to the public like bugs frozen in amber. My only contribution to the text, just so we’re clear, was to effect said liberation, which involved a certain amount of cutting, pasting, and mucking around with HTML, but little else. If you think you can make it prettier (and I don’t doubt you can), please feel free to grab this version and go to town. (My own thoughts about this document can be found here .) Chris Wagner, Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division Clarissa Potter, Acting Chief Counsel A “virtual world” is a computer-based simulated environment, which allows ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
Democrats Seek to Tax the Internet, by Ross Kaminsky
table.tabularData, table.tabularData td, table.tabularData th { border: 1px solid #002346; border-collapse: collapse; } table.tabularData td, table.tabularData th{ padding: 3px; } table.tabularData th, table.tabularData th a:link, table.tabularData th a:visited, table.tabularData th a:hover, table.tabularData th a:active { background: #002346; color:#FFB00D; } /* altRowEven & altRowOdd are used to style alternating table rows. */ .altRowEven { background-color: #000000; color: #E4E4E4; } .altRowOdd{ background-color: #000000; color: #E4E4E4; } /* ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Why it's time to tax Internet sales
Buying an $800 couch or television via the tax-free Internet can be nearly $80 cheaper than a purchase made in a high-sales-tax city like San Francisco -- such a deal. But the free ride is costing states and cities billions of dollars a year, and it damages local businesses that find it hard to compete. The Main Street Fairness Act, introduced this month by Rep. Bill Delahunt (D-Mass.), would end the exemption for big Web retailers like Amazon.com and eBay that fear the change would be a body blow to their business. The Web sales tax issue has been debated and litigated for years, and it is hardly a popular cause, but with state ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

JAMES EDWARD MAULE
cited in Steven Chung, Real Taxation of Virtual Commerce, 28 Va. Tax Rev. 733, 770 n.228 (2009). Katherine D. Black, Michael D. Black & Stephen T. Black, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
E-Commerce: Tomorrow's Economy -Taxing and Regulating The Old ...
Before addressing the topic of protecting consumers in cyberspace and the issues of Internet taxation and regulation of online privacy, it might be helpful to share with you a couple of personal thoughts gained from my years of experience as a federal official. First and foremost, I am convinced that our Founding Fathers had it right: government should play only a minimal role in our lives, and for good reason. I believe it was Will Rogers who once observed and said it best: "All government programs have three things in common: a beginning, a middle, and no end." Given the tremendous benefits that typically flow from ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
E-Commerce and Internet Taxation
This page includes background papers on electronic-commerce taxation (also known as Internet Taxation) issues, statistics, work being done on the issues by various groups, and several points to consider in examining how various tax rules should (or should not) apply to e-commerce. Below are various links to several other e-commerce taxation papers, and well as legislative information. Outlines and Reports Explaining E-Commerce Tax Issues by Annette Nellen Legislative Proposals Related to E-Commerce Taxation: Federal               August 2004 Update on the ...
REAL TIME
REAL TAXATION OF VIRTUAL COMMERCE
latest webinars
  1. Spend Management, Supplier Management, and Working Capital ...
Join these Webinars to learn more about current research, trends and surveys.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
What is the best form of incorporation for a small consulting ...
I am wondering opinions and reasons as to what form of incorporation a small company should form (LLC, C-Corp, or S-Corp). I am a one man consulting company (hoping to grow the number of people over the next 2 years) and I want to incorporate my business. I am very confused as to the advantages and disadvantages of each form of incorporation. Would it be based on revenue, number of people, type of business, family income, or any other reason and/or combination of factors? Thank you, Steven Brown GlobalMed Engineering posted 1 month ago in Incorporation | Closed Share This I am no expert, but I did some research when I was in a ...
29 States to vote on taxing online sales next month!
"I just have a strong bias against having our own business having to compete unfairly with somebody who can send the same product in here from out of state," Heath said. I'm hard pressed to come up with examples that support this. Especially once you factor in shipping. Maybe it should read: "I just have a strong bias against having our own business having to compete unfairly with somebody who can make a web site," Heath said. Why not just enforce 'use tax'? It's supposed to cover mail order anyway, to replace sales tax. If you don't keep records of it, there's a line and formula for estimated use ...