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The Internet Tax Freedom Act Puts Consumers on Top
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Press Release

The Internet Tax Freedom Act Puts Consumers on Top

The Internet Tax Freedom Act, H.R. 1054 and S. 442, would call time-out on taxes that discriminate against electronic commerce and the Internet. The ITFA would institute a moratorium to preclude double taxation of electronic commerce and taxation that singles out the Internet for excise-type taxes. For consumers and taxpayers, the ITFA addresses three important points.

03/06/1998
Capitol Comment 158 - Cox-Wyden Putting Internet Taxation on Hold
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Capitol Comment

Capitol Comment 158 - Cox-Wyden Putting Internet Taxation on Hold

The promise shown by the emergence of electronic commerce has attracted some undesirable attention - taxes. States and localities have recently been examining an extension of their tax authority to Internet related activities. The result could be a maze of multiple taxation that stymies emerging commercial activity.

05/22/1997

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