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In the digital marketplace, businesses can offer services our great-grandparents never dreamed of.

Today’s consumers can:

Yet for as much convenience and access as the new digital universe offers us, it also creates complexity and risk–especially when it comes to tax. States want to tap into tax revenue from growing digital economies, but their pre-internet tax codes simply aren’t built for it. As a result, digital tax policy varies widely from one state to the next (and some states have yet to fully define their policies).

It’s no surprise then, that many online businesses struggle to understand their tax obligations. To help you keep up, this post contains the latest state and federal news related to tax on digital goods and services.