The committee is required to make legislative recommendations to Congress no later than April 21, 2000, on whether electronic commerce
should be taxed and, if so, how it should be taxed without creating multiple and discriminating taxes.
Ensure that laws supporting electronic commerce
are consistent, regardless of jurisdiction.
The report also recommends that the Federal Government cooperate with the provincial and territorial governments to assist Canadian business in its pursuit of electronic commerce
activities by providing a Canadian tax and commercial law environment that would be viewed as a model of cooperation throughout the world.
There's a ready market for electronic commerce
for those, like the Durhams who love the convenience and ease of dealing with hot, invisible electrons, rather than cold, hard cash.
Because of its insistence on a "fixed place" of business, the permanent establishment rule should not create taxation for those taxpayers planning electronic commerce
transactions with customers in countries where they have no other business activity.
States will face conflicting pressures with regard to the taxation of electronic commerce
The 4th quarter of 1999 began the transformation from the company's traditional business to the new rapidly growing Internet business-to-business electronic commerce
Added Jon Miller, President and CEO of USA Electronic Commerce
and Services, "PRC has a proven track record of success based on their early understanding of interactive customer support.
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In testimony before the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce
(ACEC), Small Business Survival Committee (SBSC) President Christopher Wysocki today called for a permanent ban on the collection of sales and use taxes on electronic commerce
as outlined by Representative John Kasich's Internet Tax Elimination Act.
PowerCerv, a leading provider of Enterprise Application Software Solutions for the mid-market, today announced an agreement with Kewill Electronic Commerce
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania today announced the approval of a new interdepartmental major in electronic commerce
for MBA students, effective immediately.