Tennessee: Report: Tennessee Can Collect More Online Sales Taxes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee is unlikely to face a legal challenge should it begin collecting more sales taxes from internet purchases, according to a new state report encouraging the state to take advantage of the possible revenue bump.

“If Tennessee were to require out-of-state (internet) sellers to collect state and local sales and use tax, this tax advantage would be diminished, leveling the playing field for in-state sellers competing with out-of-state sellers,” stated the report compiled by the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, (TACIR) a group tasked with finding solutions for state and local governments.

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by Kimberlee kruesi | Associated press
january 31, 2019


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