CEA approves of Internet tax guidelines set by House committee

09/20/2013 | TWICE

The Consumer Electronics Association gave a thumbs-up to Internet sales tax guidelines released by the House Judiciary Committee, which call for simplicity in tax regulations and technology neutrality, among other points. “Leaders in both parties recognize that differential tax treatment of online and brick-and-mortar retailers is unjustifiable and unsustainable. Meanwhile, municipalities and towns are forced to cut teachers, first responders and vital social services because they are unable to collect taxes that are owed under the law," said CEA's Michael Petricone. He added, “We urge the House of Representatives to move quickly with common-sense legislation to modernize our sales tax collection policies.”

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