Internet Sales Tax OK’d By Supreme Court
Article from Americans For Tax Reform by Grover Norquist.
Today, Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist issued the following statement on the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision:
“Today the Supreme Court said ‘yes—you can be taxed by politicians you do not elect and who act knowing you are powerless to object.’ This power can now be used to export sales taxes, personal and corporate income taxes, and opens the door for the European Union to export its tax burden onto American businesses—as they have been demanding.
If physical nexus is no longer required, as the Quill vs. ND case demanded, for sales taxes then it is no longer required for personal or corporate income taxes.
Now, California (or any state or city that loses population through exit) can tax people and businesses who do their best to avoid that state or city.
Read the entire article at Americans For Tax Reform.
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