Internet Tax Freedom Act

Internet Tax Freedom Act

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Hearing on H.R. 1054, the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which was introduced in a bipartisan effort to limit the ability of State a local governments to impose unnecessary a burdensome taxes on the Internet. Witnesses: Wade Anderson, Dir. of Tax Policy, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts; Karl A. Frieden, Sr. Mgr., Arthur Andersen; Michael E. Liddick, Dir. of Taxes, America Online, Inc.; Mark Q. Rhoads, Legislative Dir., U.S. Internet Council; a Hon. Ron Wyden, Senator from Oregon. Also includes material submitted by Grover G. Norquist, Pres., Americans for Tax Reform; a prepared statement of U.S. Telephone Assoc.Credit card approval networks or company computer networks used to process motor fuel sales qualify as interactive ... taxes such as motor fuels taxes, vehicle fees, unemployment and workers compensation taxes, and right-of-way fees.

Title:Internet Tax Freedom Act
Author: W. J. Tauzin
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1997-06-01

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