Connected Home February 15, 2013 CEA Welcomes Sales Tax Legislation Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter LinkedIn LinkedIn Google + Google+ Email Email 4 Comments Comments The Consumer Electronics Association has issued a statement in support of a new bipartisan legislative push for equitable sales tax collection, known as the Marketplace Fairness Act. To continue reading, tell us a little about yourself. Work Email* First Name*Last Name*Title*Company*Zip/Postal Code*Primary Business*Primary BusinessRetailer - Physical Store OnlyRetailer - E-Commerce OnlyRetailer - Omnichannel ( Physical + E-Commerce)DistributorManufacturerServices - Financial/Retail/TechnologyIndustry AssociationManufacturer s RepresentativeCreative Services/Ad AgencyOtherJob Function*Job FunctionManagement - CEO/President/OwnerManagement - VP/General ManagerManagement - Other C-levelBuyer/Merchandiser - VP/Director/ManagerMarketing - CMO/VPMarketing - Director/ManagerSales - CRO/VPSales - Director/ManagerSales - OtherTechnology - CTO/VPTechnology - Director/Mgr.OtherSales Volume*RevenueOver $50 million$25 000 001 - $50 000 000$10 000 001 - $25 000 000$5 000 001 - $10 000 000$1 000 001 - $5 000 000$500 000 - $1 000 000under $500 000 4 Comments View Comments Companies:CEAConsumer Electronics Association Related Content Sharp’s Newest Tone in Microwave Oven Drawers: Black Bonaverde Announces the World’s First Roast-Grind-Brew Coffee Machine Will Finally Be Home for the Holidays LG Pushes Smart Home Appliances to Another Dimension with Deep Learning Technology RCA Unveils New TVs, Smartphones, Tablets and Appliances for CES 2017 World’s First “Smart Food Processor with Interactive Platform” on Display at CES LG Electronics' New PuriCare Line Of Air Purifiers And Dehumidifiers Helps Consumers To 'Breathe Easy' Comments Steve Brown How long has everybody been talking about this? Steve S We sell online out of Oregon. We have NO sales tax. People come over from WA and CA to buy stuff here. We think it should remain the same No sales tax to buyers when they purchase from an online Oregon based company ERIC TOOPS This will only give China another advantage, you can now get product directly from China in just a couple days so why buy from a US seller? Does not help anyone, buyers pay a tax, sellers have to increase prices and lose sales…THANKS FOR NOTHING. Michael Grove Not that I want to pay tax for online purchases, but as someone who builds and maintains e-commerce sites, if they push a tax through, I would love to see it be a single online sales tax, that gets paid to the state that the business whom is doing the sale is located in. So If I am in AZ, and I receive an order from OH, AZ gets a 1.85% tax revenue for the sale. – That should make the company books easy to manage.