RIVERWOODS, Ill., Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a hot tax topic and the story keeps changing by the day – online retailers fighting new state sales tax collection laws.
As so-called "Amazon Laws" keep popping up in states looking to bring in more dollars by taxing Internet purchases, we're seeing more stories featuring points of view from consumers, companies and politicians. But who can you go to for objective insight and support in making sense out of each state's particular law and impact on consumers?
CCH State Tax Analyst Daniel Schibley, JD, is a nationally known subject matter expert on Amazon Law and the Streamlined Sales Tax. Schibley has been the go-to online sales tax resource for news organizations looking for guidance and analysis on Amazon Law legislation in their states, and the impact nationwide.
About Daniel Schibley
Daniel Schibley is an attorney and state tax analyst who specializes in tracking, analyzing and reporting on new developments and trends in state tax issues. A former practicing attorney and assistant professor of law, Schibley is a leading authority on Streamlined Sales Tax activities and the taxation of remote sales.
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