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We believe that permanently extending the moratorium on taxing Internet access and
preventing multiple and discriminatory taxation of Internet sales through passage of a permanent Internet
Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) will benefit America’s consumers and innovators and ultimately lead to higher economic growth and job creation.

Congress has introduced legislation in both houses that would help achieve this mission: the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (H.R.3086) in the House and the Internet Tax Freedom Forever Act (S. 1431) in the Senate.

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Recent News

  • Press Release: Keep Internet Access Tax-Free to Protect Consumers from New Taxes and Encourage Broadband Adoption

    (WASHINGTON) – Today, a large number of trade associations, representing companies that collectively provide Internet access services to more than 275 million consumers nationwide, are urging Congress to extend the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) to prevent state and local taxes on Internet access and multiple and discriminatory taxation of Internet commerce. In a letter […]

  • Joint Association Letter in Support of ITFA

    Today, eight trade associations sent the following letter to House and Senate leadership urging them to act immediately on ITFA before it expires on December 11th. A PDF of the letter is available here. Dear Speaker Boehner, Leader Reid, Leader McConnell and Leader Pelosi: The undersigned associations, representing companies that collectively provide Internet access services to more […]

  • Press Release: Minority Organizations Urge Congress to Take Immediate Action to Avert Tax Increase

    (WASHINGTON) –Today, the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) Coalition commends the action taken by minority organizations urging Congress to avert a tax increase on Internet access. In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, fifteen organizations—including Consumer Action, the National Black Chamber of Commerce, and Rainbow Push—called on Congress […]