Kansas – Governor Kelly Suggests Online Sales Tax In New Budget

Governor Laura Kelly has suggested an online sales tax for Kansans. She says the tax would not only bring in nearly $50 million in revenue for the state, but it would also level the playing field between big online retailers and local stores. Currently, large online marketplaces, like Amazon or E-Bay, aren’t required to collect sales tax in the same way local businesses are.

“Just trying to figure out the best way to be available to people but also like not go under, ourselves,” said Christopher Luxem, Inventory Manager at The Raven Bookstore.

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By Korinne GriFfith
January 20, 2020