Why can hubbers in Arkansas not participate in the Amazon program?
I found out today that in certain states residents can not participate in the Amazon Affiliate program and would love to know why and will this change?
It has to do with certain states passing a law that they would requires state sales tax be paid on Amazon items. Will that change? Only if the law reverts back, I guess. Here's a link from the Arkansas Times to give you a bit more information. Hope it helps.
http://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/ar … n-arkansas
It's a bummer. I'm from Arkansas so am affected.
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