BREAKING: Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Internet Sales Taxes

The decision overturns a 1992 ruling requiring a "physical presence' in the state for internet retailers to be taxed.

Brace yourself. Prices are about to go up for many online transactions after today’s Supreme Court ruling that states…

The 5-4 ruling came in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, which challenged South Dakota’s application of its sales tax law to retailers without a physical location or employees in the state. The ruling overturned a 1992 ruling in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota which held that it was unconstitutional for states to tax companies that had no physical presence in the state.

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