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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has re-energized Colorado's unique " Amazon Law," an attempt to enforce tax-reporting requirements on vendors. The law, passed in 2010 but long frozen in a legal battle, requires out of state, non-collecting vendors to report the amount of use taxes due on Colorado customer's purchases where no sales tax is collected.

In a recent industry-leading blog, HMB's State and Local Tax Attorneys Jordan M. Goodman and Marilyn A. Wethekam assess the constitutionality of the law, its business impact and the likelihood that the Appeals Court decision will be reversed.

For more information and related content, please view the blog.

For more information about HMB's state and local tax (SALT) practice, please visit our SALT website.

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