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Supreme Court Overturns Quill and Broadens Businesses’ Tax Collection Obligations

July 10, 2018, Covington Alert

For only the third time in the last fifty years, the Supreme Court has ruled on whether a state may compel a remote, out-of-state seller to collect and remit that state’s sales tax on purchases made by in-state customers.

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