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The cost of business Internet tax

May 17, 2013

Business people who provide local jobs, pay local taxes and support local worthy causes are right to wonder why tax laws give their online competitors an advantage....

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OsamaBinHidin

May-18-13 10:26 AM

re:"Here in West Virginia and Ohio, for example, taxing online sales could open the door to some tax relief for job creators."

And -- "Editorial , Adirondack Daily Enterprise "

The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register agrees.....

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OmarLittle

May-18-13 1:09 PM

Not sure how I feel about this ... On the one hand, I don't want to pay more for things online and I'm sick of the government always putting new taxes on everything. On the other, it doesn't seem fair that a retailer with a brick and mortar store has to pay a sales tax but one selling things online doesn't.

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