Yearly Archives: 2015

Small Business Owners: Influence Congress to Take Action on Sales Tax Fairness

On June 15th, Congressmen Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) and Steve Womack (R-AR) introduced The Remote Transactions Parity Act. This bill is critical to closing the online sales tax loophole and creating a level playing field for local retailers.  We are thrilled …

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Online Sales Tax Loophole Presents Unique Challenges for Longtime Family Businesses

My family first opened the doors to Williams Ski & Patio in 1875. We were a pioneer in specialty retail and one of the first ski shops in Chicagoland. Over the past 140 years, six generations of Williams’ have owned …

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Complaints About Collecting Sales Tax Are Red Herrings

Simms Fishing in Bozeman, Montana provides fishing products to 550 specialty fly fishing stores throughout the United States as well as larger chain retailers, such as Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shop. Simms Fishing strongly supports efairness because they believe it’s …

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This Tax Season, Don’t Forget Your Use Tax!

As April 15th quickly approaches, Americans are gathering their receipts and paperwork; breaking out the calculator and doing their taxes. For some that means going to visit their accountant, for others downloading the latest tax software or for the traditionalists …

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It’s Been a Long Ride for EFairness

Six years ago, we opened Big Poppi Bikes to serve the needs of the cycling community of Manhattan, Kansas. Our store offers everything from kids’ bikes with training wheels and handlebar streamers to BMX stunt bikes to commuter bikes to …

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