Illinois looks like it might be next to cause Amazon and others to stop affiliates from earning income from them in that state.
This has been a major concern of mine for a while, especially after seeing New York and Colorado put the hammer down on internet-based income earners.
If you haven't already visited this site - http://affiliateadvocacy.com/ - please do so. We need to get our politicians on our side.
Here's a map of the states at risk. Yes, every state is at risk to some degree.
What is there reasoning for stopping it?
Its a legitimate business just like party plan and they can still get taxes... I don't understand the deal?
Thanks for the heads up.
I am going to look into this more.
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