Tag: internet tax

Tag: internet tax

  • A Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act image

    A Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act

    It only took 18 painstaking years, but the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) is close to becoming a permanent reality. By an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote of 75-20, the U.S. Senate …

  • Whose Money is it, Anyway? image

    Whose Money is it, Anyway?

    As a part of Congress’ recent scramble to pass a spending package, Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and others have spearheaded efforts to reignite interest in the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom …

  • Stopping Discriminatory Taxation of Internet Access image

    Stopping Discriminatory Taxation of Internet Access

    While the gridlock in Washington, D.C. continues to frustrate many Americans, federal policymakers have a golden opportunity to send hardworking American taxpayers an important victory during this holiday season. Congress …

  • Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Resolution image

    Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Resolution

    WHEREAS, the American Legislative Exchange Council (“ALEC”) has a foundational and principled history of fighting against excessive, multiple, discriminatory and inconsistent taxation while promoting private sector competitiveness and states’ rights …

  • At Least One More Year of Tax-Free Internet Access image

    At Least One More Year of Tax-Free Internet Access

    Last night, the US House of Representatives passed a measure to avoid a government shutdown. The $1 trillion spending authorization bill, or continuing resolution (CR), is expected to pass …

  • Connecting America: The Importance Of Maintaining A Tax-Free Internet image

    Connecting America: The Importance Of Maintaining A Tax-Free Internet

    Chances are, you’ve never thought of having to pay a tax to check your Email or your Facebook account. That’s because the Internet Tax Freedom Act has prevented local, state, …

  • Internet Sales Tax Hurts Businesses and the States that Pass Them image

    Internet Sales Tax Hurts Businesses and the States that Pass Them

    This past month, the Illinois State Supreme Court determined the state’s affiliate nexus law—a law requiring out-of-state companies with advertising affiliates in the state to collect and remit sales tax—violated …