Amazon's Plan For Fla. Warehouse Hits Sales Tax Snag

Law360, New York (May 17, 2013, 5:05 PM ET) -- Online retail giant Amazon.com Inc. and Florida's Department of Revenue have failed to reach an agreement on what Amazon's sales tax collection in the state should be if it builds a warehouse facility there, state officials confirmed Friday.

The failed negotiations could mean the end of Amazon's plans to invest in building one or more warehouses in the state, where it currently does not collect any state sales tax since it doesn't have a physical presence in Florida.

"Amazon officials discussed building a facility in the...
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