Internet Tax Freedom Act


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Internet Tax Freedom Act

Legislation in the United States, originally passed in 1998 and renewed several times since, that prohibits state and local governments from taxing the use of the Internet. For example, states and municipalities may not tax e-mails or bandwidth use. The Act was intended to increase Internet use in the United States.
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He held that the Internet Tax Freedom Act prevents discriminatory taxes between similar electronic and non-electronic products.
Any federal law preempting state and local taxing authority must have a sunset date, especially one like the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA), which over time will exempt an entire sector of the economy from state and local taxation.
As originally enacted in 1998, the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) (1) prohibited states and local governments during the following three-year period from imposing (1) any new taxes on charges for internet access, or (2) any multiple or discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce.
The Internet Tax Freedom Act bans taxes on Internet service, and that law should still apply even if the FCC reclassifies the Internet as a telecommunications service under Title II.
The Internet Tax Freedom Act ("ITFA") was enacted in 1998
The moratorium has been extended multiple times since the federal Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) was passed in 1998, prohibiting federal, state and local governments from assessing taxes on the fees consumers pay to access the Internet.
2013), the Illinois Supreme Court held that the state's "click-through" nexus law was preempted by the federal Internet Tax Freedom Act. (1) In Colorado, the U.S.
He first presents a qualitative analysis of NGA lobbying in relation to the 1998 Tobacco Settlement, the 1998 Internet Tax Freedom Act, and the REAL ID Act of 2005.
Tom Carper to pass the Internet Tax Freedom Act, and even joining Sen.
Faced with the expiration of the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) on Nov.
Unless you've been paying close attention, you might not have noticed that the Internet Tax freedom act is about to expire on Nov.
There is also a discussion of the federal Internet Tax Freedom Act and the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP) that a majority of states is involved in to simplify their sales and use tax rules.
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