What’s in the Marketplace Fairness Act?

April 26, 2013

The Marketplace Fairness Act, currently under consideration by Congress, would give states the authority to collect sales tax on Internet purchases by requiring collection by out-of-state retailers. In return, the Act requires states to take steps to simplify their sales tax systems. What does the bill require and what does the bill leave out?

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