Testimony opposing Arizona HB 2702 – taxation of remote sellers and marketplace facilitators

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“You’re seeing states throw away the recommendations set forth by Justice Kennedy and instead doing anything and everything they can do to collect as much taxes from every small seller across the country as possible,” says Carl Szabo of NetChoice.

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“Among the new states imposing remote sales tax are some who are nowhere close to the standards in the Wayfair ruling,” Steve DelBianco, president of NetChoice, a trade association of e-commerce business and online consumers. “That includes states where hundreds of local tax jurisdictions have their own rules, returns, and audits, like Arizona, Colorado, and Louisiana, who are likely targets for litigation.”

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The ruling has sparked a chain reaction of various tax legislation in the states. In December, California, for example, laid out new e-commerce tax requirements with the same threshold. Meanwhile, some trade organizations like the American Catalog Mailers Association and NetChoice have continued to push local and federal lawmakers to carve out protections for small businesses, which may be negatively affected by the burden of sales tax collection across the country. Retailers can expect the issue to continue into 2019

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In the months since that decision came down, the issue has played out in various ways state by state. Some trade organizations like the American Catalog Mailers Association and NetChoice continue to push local and federal lawmakers to carve out protections for small businesses, which may be negatively affected by the burden of sales tax collection across the country.

Tax Notes – Concern Builds That Congress Could Act on Wayfair in Must-Pass Bill

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Davison, Wayfair Inc.’s counsel George Isaacson of Brann & Isaacson, and Steve DelBianco of NetChoice initially met with the MTC in July to discuss industry’s proposal for federal legislation that would put conditions on the implementation of Wayfair. The discussions continued during the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board’s October meetings, where the industry leaders received pushback from the streamlined states.

NetChoice Comments to California CDTFA In Advance of Discussion on Wayfair 

NetChoice Comments to California (CDTFA) In Advance of Discussion on Wayfair

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States that have voluntarily coordinated their sales tax regimes for remote sellers are showing little interest in federal legislation to mandate such harmonization, said Steve DelBianco, president and CEO of NetChoice, an e-commerce trade association.

“I floated the idea to a crowd that you would have thought would be attracted to the idea,” DelBianco said, “but there was little interest in any federal legislation in the wake of Wayfair.”