The Supreme Court is considering supporting some states to demand a sales tax on E-commerce

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 The Supreme Court is considering supporting some states to demand a sales tax on E-commerce


[World Wide Web Roundup] according to the British Reuters April 17th report, the Supreme Court of the United States on the 17 th day, considering whether to make some states force the online retailers who have no physical stores in the locals to collect sales tax on purchasing behavior. The impact of the judicial battle may be worth billions of dollars, and may have South Dakota stand on the opposite side of an e-commerce company. According to reports, South Dakota is now asking 9 judges to overturn a ruling made by the US Supreme Court in 1992, which stipulates that no state retail sales enterprise in the State shall be subject to state sales tax. The state of South Dakota has previously appealed to an adjudication of Internet retailers in a lower court, and the Trump administration has expressed support for the states appeal. It is reported that if the final court makes a verdict in favor of South Dakota, it will lead to much more money for customers to buy online. According to a 2017 federal report, this decision will help small entity retailers compete with online retailers, which can earn more than 18 billion dollars in taxes. The judge will adjudicate the case in June. It is reported that South Dakota is more dependent on sales taxes than most states in the United States, because it is one of the 9 states in the United States that do not have income tax. The state of South Dakota estimates that the state has lost about $50 million a year because the state does not collect state tax online sales. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More wonderful, please log in to global network http://www.huanqiu.com responsibility editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 According to reports, South Dakota is now asking 9 judges to overturn a ruling made by the US Supreme Court in 1992, which stipulates that no state retail sales enterprise in the State shall be subject to state sales tax. The state of South Dakota has previously appealed to an adjudication of Internet retailers in a lower court, and the Trump administration has expressed support for the states appeal. It is reported that if the final court makes a verdict in favor of South Dakota, it will lead to much more money for customers to buy online. According to a 2017 federal report, this decision will help small entity retailers compete with online retailers, which can earn more than 18 billion dollars in taxes. The judge will adjudicate the case in June. It is reported that South Dakota is more dependent on sales taxes than most states in the United States, because it is one of the 9 states in the United States that do not have income tax. The state of South Dakota estimates that the state has lost about $50 million a year because the state does not collect state tax online sales.