Dems in Annapolis Looking to the Internet Taxation Again – State could lose revenues in multi-state tax compact



Monday, January 25, 2010

State could lose revenues in multi-state tax compact

http://www.marylandreporter.com/page5504138.aspx

Delegate Christopher B Shank responded on his Facebook by stating:

Chris Shank Last session, we successfully fought and killed a bill that would have imposed a sales tax on the internet transactions. Instead they had the Comptroller “study” the issue. The report came back that imposing what they call a “streamlined sales tax agreement” (scary huh) would actually cost the state $66 million! Guess… that’s not going anywhere! Victories like that are rare, but consider that tax increase dead for now!

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