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Some justices say the current structure for collecting sales tax for items bought online needs to be updated while others argue it’s an issue for the legislative branch.
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee will cover sexual harassment, lab-grown diamonds and more in its online seminars.
Major Gen. Tim Haake gave a rundown on tax reform and the ongoing issue of online sales tax as Centurion opened Sunday.
The high court has agreed to take up a petition to reconsider Quill, the 1992 ruling that governs how internet sales tax is collected today.
A Dubai bank filed to subpoena the company that operated the now-defunct jewelry line, claiming its diamonds were used in a money laundering scheme, GQ reported.
Jewelers of America is one of 10 retail trade associations urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider its 25-year-old ruling on sales tax collection.
South Dakota’s attorney general wants the nation’s highest court to revisit the now 25-year-old ruling that impacts internet sales today.
Republicans have dropped the controversial levy, which called call for a 20 percent tax on all imported goods.
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