August 23, 2017

What Amazon’s decision to collect sales tax in all states does (and doesn’t) mean for your business    Gone is the need to speculate about where and when Amazon will next collect; come April 1, 2018, the e-commerce giant will tax deliveries into Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, and New Mexico and be registered in 45 states plus…

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One step closer to a drone package delivery service?

October 19, 2016

A North Carolina drone company – PrecisionHawk- was first to get a FFA (Federal Aviation Administration) waiver to fly beyond line-of-sight by end of August 2016. 
The waiver means that a pilot will be allowed to fly a drone without having to change locations to keep the device in sight, like the general rule demands…

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California Begins Taxing the Internet

June 30, 2011

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a California bill into law that imposes the collection of taxes from consumers on sales by online retailers. The law is designed as a run around the 1992 Supreme Court decision that ruled states cannot tax businesses that are not physically within their boundaries. This new statute would establish presence…

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