Will Washington keep access to the Internet tax-free?
Only in Washington D.C. can near unanimous agreement on a policy mean there is danger it may not occur. Consider the pending expiration of the ban on Internet access taxes and whether or not Congress will act in time.
As reported by the Wall Street Journal:
“The idea of taxing email is no more popular today than when President Bill Clinton signed the Internet Tax Freedom Act into law. But a dedicated congressional minority now wants to allow states and localities to tax email — unless these governments are given new powers to collect sales taxes on e-commerce.
On Nov. 1 — three days...
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