Determining Taxability in the Ever-Evolving World of e-Commerce

August 12, 2015
Dana Greenstein

In a world of rapidly evolving technology, e-commerce transactions have become the norm. While the term e-commerce initially referred to Internet-based sales of physical items, recent years have given rise to a new breed of purely electronic transactions including cloud computing, digital downloads, streaming entertainment, and information services, which have further complicated the already-complex sales and use tax landscape. Read more in the Tax Executive.


Dana Greenstein
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Tax & Accounting
Thomson Reuters
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