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The increasing impact of the Internet and electronic commere on the global economy is compelling governments to address the desirability of taxing electronic transactions on domestic and international levels. The overwhelming consensus between both governmental officials and industry leaders is that e-commerce should be subject to equitable, non-discriminatory tax regimes that will not hinder its growth potential.This article contrasts the approaches and philosophies espoused by the United States and the European Union with regard to the imposition and collection of a sales/use or consumption tax on B2B and B2C etransactions. ...
Democratic budget aides recommend that the Senate approve a more stringent version of Assembly Bill 2078, which requires online retailers to notify California customers that they owe use tax on their purchases. The bill was watered down in Assembly committee, but Senate aides suggest that lawmakers pursue an earlier version that required online retailers to give the names, addresses and purchase details of transactions to California authorities each month. The Senate budget committee estimates the state could generate at least $100 million annually. Californians are already required to ... Read More
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