SCOTUS says online sales can be taxed by resident state

#21
You got it. If you’re selling personal items not for monetary gain you’re not running a business. Buy Jeep’s and flip them to make money and you are. It’s similar to the idea of having a C&R and purchasing/selling firearms to either expand or contract your collection. Hell even the ATF understands this one.
No, you have it wrong. It's not about MY intent at all. It's about what any other state chooses to TAX. I have no say in the matter. Sell it to someone in their state and I collect taxes and send it off to their state.
 

Kinoons

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#22
No, you have it wrong. It's not about MY intent at all. It's about what any other state chooses to TAX. I have no say in the matter. Sell it to someone in their state and I collect taxes and send it off to their state.
Well I don’t agree with your assessment of the decision. Looks like we’re just going to have to wait to see how it plays out.