Consumer demand is not affected as much by sales taxes that are tacked onto purchase prices, as opposed to excise taxes that are included in the purchase price, according to a new study.
The research, which appears in the spring issue of the Journal of the American Taxation Association, a publication of the American Accounting Association, found that close to one-third of consumers pay little or no attention to percentage sales taxes in making spending decisions.
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