Entries by NetChoice

Bloomberg Law – High Court Has The Ball: State Digital Tax Cases Slowing Down

Bloomberg Law – High Court Has The Ball: State Digital Tax Cases Slowing Down There’s been little movement in the Indiana case since a complaint was filed in June 2017 by Washington-based NetChoice and the American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA), asking an Indiana trial court to strike down House Enrolled Act 1129. The statute requires […]

News Blaze – Supreme Court To Revisit Internet Sales Tax Ruling

News Blaze – Supreme Court To Revisit Internet Sales Tax Ruling However, critics say the tax would pose an “unreasonable tax burden” on online businesses. Steve DelBianco, who serves as president of NetChoice, an e-commerce trade organization, said states are imposing unreasonable burdens on out-of-state businesses, according to Reuters. Others argue that consumers will be hit in the wallet by […]

Express Newsline – Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Internet Sales Taxes

Express Newsline – Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Internet Sales Taxes But NetChoice – which counts eBay, Google, and Facebook among its members – argues that requiring retailers to collect tax in every state and local jurisdiction in the US would unfairly burden companies. Since the beginning of online sales by remote sellers, states have […]

GK Men – US Supreme Court Grants State’s Petition to Review Tax Fairness Case

GK Men – US Supreme Court Grants State’s Petition to Review Tax Fairness Case But NetChoice – which counts eBay, Google, and Facebook among its members – argues that requiring retailers to collect tax in every state and local jurisdiction in the US would unfairly burden companies. Courts in South Dakota blocked the law, saying […]

Tax Notes – Shock, Surprise, and Hope as Supreme Court Agrees to Revisit Quill

Tax Notes – Shock, Surprise, and Hope as Supreme Court Agrees to Revisit Quill Steve DelBianco of NetChoice, which strongly opposes S.B. 106 and has challenged similar laws in other states, said, “It’s not the decision we sought, but we’re glad the nation’s highest court will learn how new state laws are imposing unreasonable tax […]

Solo News – Can states collect sales taxes on all purchases?

Solo News – Can states collect sales taxes on all purchases? But NetChoice – which counts eBay, Google, and Facebook among its members – argues that requiring retailers to collect tax in every state and local jurisdiction in the US would unfairly burden companies. … “There are still over twelve-thousand sales tax jurisdictions in the […]

Graffio Tech – Supreme Court to rule whether e-retailers pay state sales tax

Graffio Tech – Supreme Court to rule whether e-retailers pay state sales tax The dispute over South Dakota’s new tax law has drawn the attention of numerous outside groups, including the American Booksellers Association, which supports the law, and NetChoice, which opposes it. “With the advent of smartphones, many customers soon realized that, instead of […]

iStreet Research – Supreme Court agrees to hear Texas redistricting case

iStreet Research – Supreme Court agrees to hear Texas redistricting case Meanwhile ecommerce trade group NetChoice says states already have a way to collect taxes on purchases made by residents from out-of-state retailers – they require their own citizens to pay “use” tax for transactions in which out-of-state retailers don’t collect the “sales” tax. READ […]