Massachusetts May Target Remote Sellers for Sales Tax

In an attempt to balance his $40.5 billion budget, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) may propose that remote sellers be required to collect Massachusetts sales taxes on sales of tangible personal property made over the internet to Massachusetts residents.

Attorney Morris N. Robinson sent a Letter to the Editor of State Tax Notes, suggesting that Governor Baker’s proposal may be both impractical and unconstitutional.

 The letter was published in State Tax Notes, February 6, 2017, and is available to download from our website.

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