Steve DelBianco, executive director at e-commerce advocacy group NetChoice, agrees, noting that the justices asked questions about what happens if the tax software breaks, the costs for smaller businesses to collect for 46 states and if nearly all major e-commerce companies collect sales tax, hasn’t the problem already peaked.
“Tough questions asked by the justices today reveal that the court understands this is far more complicated than South Dakota has claimed,” DelBianco says. “Overturning Quill isn’t just flipping off a switch. It would cause national chaos.”
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Posted 04/19/2018 | Media Hits