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The ‘Amazon Tax’ War Escalates

North Carolina is the one state that is mixing both the New York and Colorado approaches to the Amazon tax. So far, it hasn’t had much luck.

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HB10-1193: Colo. Found A Controversial New Tack for Taxing Online Sales

In the furor over Colorado’s ÔÇťAmazon tax,” senators might have stumbled on the Holy Grail of state governments: a legal way to tax the Internet.

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HB10-1193: Colo. Amazon Affiliates Moving To Montana?

Amazon’s Colorado-based affiliates reconsider their home bases in the wake of a flap between the online retailer and Colorado’s General Assembly.

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HB10-1193: How News Orgs Covered Amazon’s Colorado Affiliates Pullback

Over the weekend, Amazon e-mailed Colorado affiliates telling them they were being dropped from their commission-driven relationships with the online reseller. Here’s how local and national media covered the story.

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‘Twitterverse’ Reacts Sharply To News Of Amazon’s Firing Of Colo. Associates

Reaction, predictably, was negative, with posters complaining specifically about Colorado’s governor and state legislators who backed the bill.

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In Wake Of HB10-1193, Amazon ‘Fires’ Its Colorado-Based Associates

The company also asserts that it won’t voluntarily collect taxes on sales made in Colorado.

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HB10-1193: Bill Spotlights Obscure Tax

When Coloradans make purchases over the Internet from out-of-state companies such as Amazon.com and Overstock.com, they’re supposed to voluntarily submit sales taxes to the state. Few, if any, do.

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HB10-1193: Colorado Considers New Tactic to Tax Online Sales

Colorado lawmakers are considering a new tactic to go after tax revenue from online sales. They want out-of-state online retailers to either start collecting the tax or send annual notices to their customers telling them to pay the tax themselves.

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Business Groups Vent at Lengthy Hearing on Eliminating State Tax Breaks

A marathon committee hearing continued late into the night Wednesday as a flood of business groups argued against eliminating $132 million of tax credits and exemptions as a way to help balance the state budget.

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