NCSL Slams Post-Wayfair Bill In Letter To Congress Leaders

By Daniel Tay (September 18, 2018, 6:59 PM EDT) -- The National Conference of State Legislatures in a letter to congressional leaders Tuesday opposed a bill that would delay states' implementation of remote sellers' sales and use tax rules for large sellers, and put implementation on hold indefinitely for smaller sellers.

The NCSL criticized H.R. 6824, the Online Sales Simplicity and Small Business Relief Act, saying it would "hinder state implementation efforts, preempt state authority, and create more problems than solutions." The bill would bar states from requiring remote sellers with less than $10 million in national annual sales from collecting and remitting sales and use taxes pending a nationwide "simplification...

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