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    Exclamation NV Affiliates - We Need Your Help!
    We Have Reason to Believe an Affiliate Nexus Tax Bill will show up in Nevada. We Need to Get Ready! If you are a Nevada affiliate marketer we need your help to fight this legislation. If you are not in Nevada but know of any affiliate marketer that is please ask them to take action. The only way we can beat this is with the help of in-state affiliate marketers legislators will listen to you! Here is more information on how to get involved.

    Please message me privately if you prefer: rebecca at performancemarketingassociation dot com.

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    I thought Nevada might be one state not to go this direction. Sending out the alarm.

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    Hopefully we don't get taxed because Legislative Democrats today worked to leverage the public schools budget in their fight to increase taxes, opening up a $700 million hole. Maybe they will just overlook us

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    Nevada business group wants Amazon to collect tax

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    Two ominous stories in our paper

    From yesterday:

    Nevada sales tax plan targets Amazon, other e-companies

    and today...

    Group wants e-sites to collect sales taxes

    Rebecca,

    The last email I got from PMA said, "don't do anything yet - this is just information stuff"

    Have we passed that point yet?

    Best,
    Billy

    PS: The gist of the story was there IS a law that Nevada consumers must pay sales taxes if they buy from an online retailer. BUT... consumers must fill out a form and do it themselves. Most don't know the law exists. And those that do simply ignore it.

    So, rather then leaving it up to the consumer to comply, they want affiliates to do the collecting.

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    So, rather then leaving it up to the consumer to comply, they want affiliates to do the collecting.
    Another asinine example of law makers who don't have a clue. Affiliate have no capability to collect sales tax, might as well ask to collect tax on air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Hamrick View Post
    Another asinine example of law makers who don't have a clue. Affiliate have no capability to collect sales tax, might as well ask to collect tax on air.
    it was tried in a way lol Air-Tax


    Never though i would see Nevada go this route, with all the nice business and LLC perks they have their. I thought that was the best place to start a business besides Delaware.

    Here in Rhode Island we are rejected by Amazon and lots of other Stores on the major networks.

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