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Sales Tax and the Internet Merchant

Posted on 12.11.2013

On a national basis, as much as a third of state budgets are derived from sales tax, which helps state and local governments fund taxpayer services. If the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 (MFA) is passed into law, it will grant federal permission for states to require collection of sales tax by remote sellers—including internet merchants. Avalara’s new whitepaper, “Sales Tax and the Internet Merchant,” explains how ecommerce merchants can stay ahead of the game in with sales tax compliance, audit readiness, and sales tax automation. Sponsored by Avalara

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