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Internet Tax Games

12.14.12

Every business wants to pay the least taxes possible, even the US Supreme Court’s first opinion about the IRS code encouraged tax payers to figure out how to minimize their taxes. But since the Internet has eliminated the boundaries of time and geography, taxes on the Internet have become more complicated.

Of course at the heart of the tax is where did the taxable event occur?

  • At the purchaser’s Internet connection?
  • Seller’s business location?
  • Seller’s server location?  or,
  • Warehouse/shipping location? 

To learn more on Internet tax creativity I welcome you to read my column in eCommerce Times entitled “Taxing Authorities’ Internet Cat-and-Mouse Game.”

How does this Internet taxes impact your business?
 

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