According to New York Affiliate Voice: "State Senator Madaleno of Maryland has announced that in January 2010 he will introduce legislation that will require out of state merchants to collect Maryland sales tax for online purchases to Maryland residents."
This is very similar to the one that got North Carolina Affiliates axed from Amazon. If you live in Maryland and depend on Amazon for a chunk of your income, you might want to start preparing.
Here's the link: http://nyaffiliatevoice.com/
Indeed you might.
I am one of the NC people that got dropped from Amazon.
Amazon was really nice about it and explained just what was going on.
Good to hear that Maryland is doing it.
I thought NC was going to be backwards all alone.
Misery loves company you know.
Have I mentioned lately how much I love NC?
::holds up sarcasm sign::
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