but I have no problem with paying my due taxes. Stinks that it'll become a PItA for my E-Bay small sellers who work out of their homes, God Bless'em..
From reading the thread and its links it seems that as the bill is currently written the rules won't apply to retailers with less than $1 million in sales. If one is selling that much out of their living room they can afford to hire an accountant to take care of the extra paperwork. Places like ebay are lobbying for a much higher limit though.
My opinion is it won't hurt online sales too much. From my experience the taxes that could be saved is usually nowhere near the better prices in general for most items purchased online, plus add to that the convenience of shopping in your slippers, and not having to use the gas.
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