Buying goods over the Internet without paying sales tax is becoming a thing of the past.
States are insisting on online sales tax collections in order to make up for shortfalls in revenue due to the economic downturn. The latest to do so is New York, which passed a law in April requiring any Web retailer with partners in the state to collect sales taxes from customers in New York.
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