Just saw this press release:
http://performancemarketingassociation. … us-tax-law
Sounds like this is only temporary, and from what I saw on TV-- the governor was pleased that it will mean more tax money for the state.
Oh it is - in one year it goes back into effect. The hope is that by then the federal government would address the issue and proclaim that all companies will have to collect for all states and the law becomes moot.
California were pretty much strongarmed in to this. The promised an extra 190 million in Tax revenue, instead they saw a projected fall in taxes by around the same amount. This is before even considering the loss of money entering the state which many people relied upon.
There has also been a lot of pressure from businesses, especially affiliate business, that suffered immensely because of this.
So I wonder does this mean people in california will be able to enter into the amazon affiliate program sometime soon?
by India Arnold 7 years ago
I just got this email from Amzon;Hello,As you may have heard, California Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation repealing the law that had forced us to terminate our California Associates. We are pleased to invite all California Associates whose accounts were closed due to the prior...
by Raye 7 years ago
Word is out... if you are a CA resident and have an Amazon associateship, you should be seeing an email very soon canceling said account. Amazon just sent out a press release,http://www.boingboing.net/2011/06/29/am … socia.html
by Rochelle Frank 7 years ago
To Californians and others a have had Amazon cancellations: Though I don't write to target Amazon products, I did get some revenue from them and always added a few items to each hub. Some of them were added specifically because they had a relation to my subject, and sometimes they also added to the...
by Benji Mester 7 years ago
In light of the new Amazon California deal that was just struck, does that me that us Californians can reopen our Amazon accounts? I haven't gotten an email from Amazon yet, so maybe that means that the deal hasn't been finalized yet? But if it has and we are allowed to reopen our...
by Benji Mester 7 years ago
Hey guys, I don't usually do self promotion in the forums, but I just wrote a hub about a possible Amazon Associates solution for all us Californians out there and was wondering if you Californians could tell me what you think.
by Dorsi Diaz 7 years ago
Now that the word is official that us Californians got the Amazon axe, what do YOU plan to do with your Amazon capsules?As for me, I'm going to replace alot of them with EBay related products. If I'm not getting any money for the referrals it does not make financial sense to keep it on my hubs.I...
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