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Tax opinion

21 Jun 2018 By Richard Beales

The Supreme Court scrapped precedent and said states can force retailers to collect levies on sales to residents even if the sellers aren’t physically present. States will regain a tax base eroded by geographical arbitrage and the internet – two causes of worldwide tax tensions.

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