My 8 Simple Steps to #eFairness

I encourage the United State Congressman who are drafting new legislation in 2015 to consider an alternative approach.  I would be happy to discuss my ideas on a broader basis but here is my solution boiled down to 8 steps (for retail sales). Here is my solution to #eFairness: All remote retail sales would be taxable at the “one […]

Facts: Alibaba #efairness False Statements and the Internet Sales Tax

ALIBABA has become the imaginary NEW villain of #efairness proponents. The movie Alibaba and the 40 thieves come to my mind.  Articles are being written, videos are being produced all with the intent to add fear to the minds of those that dig no deeper into the issues.  Is it false information, deceptive propaganda or just spreading rumors to […]

Debate: Thomas Carlson vs David Campbell TaxCloud re Marketplace Fairness Act

Apparently TaxCloud owner David Campbell would like to debate me about the Marketplace Fairness Act.  I copied and pasted the debate so far from a closed LinkedIn group.  David feel free to debate me in the open here.  I will post all of your comments at the bottom of this page.  Also, anyone else can […]

The EPIC Fail by @eFairness All U.S. Senators and Congressman Must Read This Now

“I think this is an EPIC FAIL by @eFairness advocate TaxCloud a Certified Software Provider (CSP).  This company keeps on writing letters to law makers on how wonderful tax collection could be if people just used their magical software.  The sales pitch is akin to selling snake oil of the past that cures all ailments.  Buy my […]

The Ironic Similarities Between the Marketplace Fairness Act and the Boston Tea Party

The Tea Act, passed by Parliament on May 10, 1773, granted the British East India Company (THE STATES) a Tea (RETAIL) a monopoly (WALMART) on tea sales in the American colonies (REMOTE SELLERS). This was what ultimately compelled a group of Sons of Liberty (eMAINSTREET.org) members on the night of December 16, 1773 to disguise […]

Alibaba IPO Changes the Game on the Internet Sales Tax

Alibaba.com Goes Public September 19, 2014 Apparently a Chinese based company can ship items to the United States at a lower cost than a U.S. Citizen or business can ship a package within the United States.  Our postal service has agreements (treaties) which subsidize foreign mail coming into the United States.  Read U.S. Postal Service Loophole […]