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Re: Report: $525M in E-tail Sales Tax Not Collected in 1999
Posted by Mary Hillebrand on 2001-08-21 12:13:29
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The Internet tax debate was injected with a measure of reality this week as Forrester Research, Inc. claimed that local and state governments in the United States passed up $525 million (US$) in 1999 tax revenues from Internet sales.





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Re: Report: $525M in E-tail Sales Tax Not Collected in 1999  Mary Hillebrand  2001-08-21 12:13:29
Re: Report: $525M in E-tail Sales Tax Not Collected in 1999  Paul  2001-08-21 12:43:16
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