New York Scraps Online Sales Tax Proposal

April 10, 2017

New York governor Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature was getting kudos for scrapping an effort to collect state sales taxes on online transactions.

The proposal would have required online transaction sites including Amazon and eBay to collect state sales taxes from New York residents. Currently, sales taxes can be collected only if the online marketplace is physically headquartered or housed in the state.

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