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.
Real Clear Policy: More and more Americans are turning to the Internet for their shopping needs, especially during the busiest shopping season of the year. But as online shopping records are repeatedly broken, uncertainty about the taxes on goods and services purchased over the Internet could pose problems for the very consumers supplying that growth. Read […]
For Immediate Release December 3, 2013 […]
The Virginia Pilot: The Internet era has been a boon to Virginia’s economy. Today, the state ranks fourth in the country when it comes to tech industry jobs, employing more than 285,000 people with an average wage of $102,000. But to ensure the Internet economy continues to grow, we need the federal government to maintain the […]