The states groups and those representing online sellers like NetChoice, Inc. are pushing to clarify the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in South Dakota v.Wayfair—which tossed out Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, the court’s 1992 physical presence threshold for when states could tax remote sales. States are expected to become even more active in taxing online sales after the ruling, and retail groups have been urging states and conformity-focused groups like the MTC to consider simplifying their schemes and approaching implementation cautiously.
The MTC will also be considering simplification measures suggested by Isaacson; Steve DelBianco, president and CEO of NetChoice, a Washington-based trade association representing e-commerce businesses and online consumers; and Hamilton Davison, president and executive director of the American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA) in Providence, R.I.
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NetChoice is a trade association representing eCommerce businesses and online consumers all of whom share the goal of promoting convenience, choice, and commerce on the Net.
NetChoice works to prevent barriers to e-commerce. Whether taxes on the Internet and goods through the Internet, non-tech neutral privacy initiatives, or other international Internet issues, NetChoice weighs-in to protect e-commerce.