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Do You Have a Nexus Problem Because of Your Website Hosting Company?

Do You Have a Nexus Problem Because of Your Website Hosting Company?

The other week we were discussing a piece of proposed legislation currently being heard in Texas. If passed, the legislation would create nexus, for income tax at least, over all individuals and businesses who have a website hosted by a Texas-based server. That seemed surprising, given that the connection to a state on this premise […]

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Texas Internet Sales Tax Legislation – More than Meets the Eye

Texas Internet Sales Tax Legislation – More than Meets the Eye

There are two bills working their way through the Texas legislative process. One of them, H.B. 2403, has the real potential to create a wide-ranging nexus issue, that falls far outside of the typical Internet sales tax bill. Unfortunately, it’s also the bill with the most support so far. On April 7th, the Texas House […]

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Massachusetts Starts Internet Sales Tax Discussion

Massachusetts Starts Internet Sales Tax Discussion

The state of Massachusetts is the latest to introduce Internet Sales Tax legislation for consideration. There are two bills pending right now. In Bill H01731, companies would be presumed to have nexus with MA for the collection of sales tax if they entered into affiliate marketing or other arrangements with in-state individuals or businesses, and […]

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The ‘Use Tax’ Approach to Internet Sales Tax Nexus

The ‘Use Tax’ Approach to Internet Sales Tax Nexus

Use tax is finally getting more exposure. Too bad that not even state governments believe that increased consumer awareness is going to make a difference. Use tax is the tax you should be paying on things you buy over the Internet. It’s designed to replace the sales tax you would have paid if you’d shopped […]

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Is there a Way Around Internet Sales Tax Nexus?

Is there a Way Around Internet Sales Tax Nexus?

As states rush to consider Internet taxation legislation, many of them have included something called a ‘rebuttable presumption’ test. This is what the states claim will allow an online retailer to possibly escape a nexus finding, and helps to forestall an argument that cross-state taxation isn’t legal under current federal law. But there are a […]

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