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Supreme Court Sides With States in Online Sales Tax Battle

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Score one for brick-and-mortar businesses. The U.S. Supreme court ruled Wednesday that states have the right to collect sales taxes from companies doing business within their borders—whether they have a physical presence there or not. The court upheld a law passed in 2016 by South Dakota requiring online stores to collect the state’s 4.5% sales…

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