States have deployed different ways to capture remote sales tax revenue over the years. Most states have more than one law on the books. See what's going on in your state to tax remote sellers.
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Forty-four states levy a corporate income tax with rates ranging from 2.5 to 12 percent. See how your state compares at the Tax Foundation.
Increasingly, states are looking to tax the sale or rental of digital products such as Spotify and Netflix. See a State-by-State Guide to the Taxability of Digital Product.
Higher individual tax rates lead to lower employee productivity, according to the Tax Foundation. Find out how tax rates in Europe impact a worker's decision to stay an additional hour on the job or take a new job paying a higher salary.
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When it comes to sales tax, businesses are best served to “collect the tax or get the doc,” a document that exempts the seller from collection obligations. Learn just what this entails in this free-CPE webinar presented by tax specialist Judy Vorndran.
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