On Deadline Day, a persuasive language consultant rates how well the emails of tax service providers spurred taxpayers into action in 2015.
The Direct Marketing Association vied with the State of Colorado in Washington today over tax reporting responsibilities of remote sellers.
The senator from Texas charges they would penalize catalogers and Internet retailers to support big brick-and-mortar retailers.
The nation's highest court will weigh in on whether or not marketers have the right to appeal state tax regulations in federal courts.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) sets requirements for a remote sales tax law.
Should the Montana senator's proposal become law, marketers would only be able to deduct 50% of ad expenses in the first year.
The online marketing industry is evolving, and digital marketing agencies need to keep abreast of the changes.
On July 24 the House Judiciary Committee convened for a hearing on the Marketplace Equity Act, one of three bills empowering states to compel online merchants to collect sales tax.
H&R Block has appointed 360i as its social media agency of record. The tax preparation company anticipates 360i will optimize its existing social media strategy by showing "tangible, measurable results."
The DMA, ACMA, ERA, and NetChoice have banded together to form the True Simplication of Taxation (TruST) Coalition.
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The controversy surrounding the collection of online sales tax isn't new, but the renewed fervor buzzing around it is.
Amazon claims that the state of Arizona has served the online company a tax bill for $53 million for uncollected sales tax.
Amazon.com and O.co (aka Overstock.com) have canceled their California affiliate advertising contracts as a result of the state's July 1-enacted sales tax law, which requires out-of-state retailers to collect 7.25% base tax on online purchases made by in-state residents.
E-commerce retailers and wireless companies are teaming up to lobby Congress to simplify the taxation process for digital goods, such as MP3s, e-books, mobile apps and games. Working with various industry groups, the companies are supporting legislation that would simplify the tax code for digital items.
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