Catalogers Speak Out Against Marketplace Fairness Act

A link to the above video was posted to our LinkedIn group yesterday. It features 11 executives from B2C, B2B and order fulfillment companies, and their reasons why the Marketplace Fairness Act would be a burden to their companies – and to their customers.

The video was produced for The True Simplification of Taxation (TruST) Coalition, which, according to its website, “represents American businesses in the fight to keep interstate commerce and competition free from unfair tax burdens imposed by states where our businesses have no operations or representation.”

Led by the American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA), Direct Marketing Association (DMA), the Electronic Retailing Association (ERA), and NetChoice, TruST believes that Congress should not overturn the physical presence standard in Quill without first requiring by statute the simplification of sales and use taxes within the States as well as simplification of the administrative requirements for collection and auditing of those taxes.

How do you feel about the Marketplace Fairness Act? lease share your opinion in the comments section below.

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