Ethos Dynamics CEO Lyle Gore featured on USA Today video segment discussing online sales tax, business and the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is hearing arguments about whether a rule it announced decades ago in a case involving a catalog retailer should still apply in the age of the internet. WATCH NOW

Here we go again. State politicians want to take more of your money. This time, their scheme is to tax everything you buy on the internet. On Tuesday, the money-grabbing states made their case to the United States Supreme Court. If the Justices go along with it… READ MORE

 

On April 17, the nine Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments for and against allowing states to levy sales taxes on goods sold online.

The proponents of the state Internet tax, led by the state of South Dakota, will argue that allowing states to collect taxes from out-of-state retailers is only a matter of basic fairness for in-state retailers who compete against giant, out-of-state virtual stores.

The problem is, the underlying facts of today’s retail world are in many instances opposite of what tax proponents are arguing.

My wife, Juliette, and I manage a small business in Georgia. If our company was allowed to stand before the court, I would argue…

Read More: Believe it or not, small businesses have the most to lose from Internet sales taxes