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Supreme Court Says States Can Collect Sales Tax From Online Retailers

Entertainment (now)
Entertainment (now)
According to Reuters, states may soon collect sales taxes from online retailers with no physical presence in their state.
The US Supreme Court issued an opinion on a 'physical presence rule' that requires a business to have a location within a state, in order for that state to collect sales taxes.
The 5-to-4 ruling overturned a previous precedent from 1992, that barred states from collecting sales taxes from out-of-state online retailers.

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