Businesses that sell their products online know they must collect sales tax. Federal regulations require states to, except for states that have interstate sales tax coordination agreements, collect sales tax on sales outside their borders. And the rules of each state require extra complications. For example, people who win merchandise from contests and contests sponsored by the government are entitled to exemption certificates, but some of those exemption certificates are not effective when they are sold by third parties. A recent Texas regulation allows for online payment of sales tax to be effective in lieu of sales tax collection, but requires that a merchant receiving payment from some other state be an out-of-state vendor. Many states are currently writing new rules that comply with federal requirements on inter-jurisdictional sales tax collection and exemption certificates.
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