• Supreme Court Opens Door to E-commerce Sales Tax

    8 monthes ago - By WWD

    The Supreme Court served up a rare victory for the bricks-and-mortar crowd Thursday.
    The high court reversed itself and signed off on a South Dakota law that forces e-commerce companies to collect sales tax.
    But it's not clear that a more level playing field in terms of state tax collection is going to significantly alter the game between e-commerce and stores.
    Amazon, the dominant e-commerce player, has been collecting state taxes for goods it sells since 2011 and rapidly gaining share while also shifting into a hybrid brick-and-click approach. Third-party sellers using the Amazon...
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