More NY Sales Tax News

I’ve noted recently (here and here) that New York changed its law to require out-of-state Internet retailers that receive customer referrals from in-state business to collect and remit NY sales taxes on transactions with New York residents. The law went into effect on Sunday June 1 and the NY Times reports that Amazon, among other online sellers, began collecting the tax on that day while it continues to press its legal challenge to the new law. Overstock.com, which severed its relationships with 3,400 NY affiliates in response to the law, on Monday filed its own challenge to the law in New York state court, seeking to enjoin the law pending resolution of the legal issues.

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