To deal with increasing budget deficits, many states are turning to online shoppers to close the gap by imposing Internet sales taxes.
However, many online retailers object to the new Internet taxes.
“It’s a bit of a mess,” said Eoin Comerford, online retailer Moosejaw‘s marketing and technology senior vice president to Skiing Business. “It’s just a burden on your average outdoor retailer to keep up with all the legislative back and forth. It’s just one more thing you’ve got to worry about.”
Currently, retailers with a physical presence in a state have to charge an in-state customer sales tax. This goes for major retails including Best Buy, Amazon, Target, as well as local shops.
To learn more: check out Skiing Business‘s article.