Md. comptroller proposes online sales tax rules

Some online retailers could soon pay state sales taxes under new regulations proposed by Comptroller Peter Franchot. The new sales tax regulations — less than a full page — would impose a 6 percent sales tax on online retailers who either have a minimum of 200 transactions in Maryland or sales on taxable goods and services ...

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