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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Chris Lutz Provides Insight On Taxation of Digital Goods and Services

An article published by State Tax Notes discusses how states are catching up with technology, and are beginning to provide guidance on the sales and use taxation of digital goods and services, but more information is needed.

State and Local Tax attorney, Chris Lutz, stated, "States have provided guidance on some aspects of  digital goods and services transactions, like cloud computing and the sharing economy. But much less guidance has been published on issues like blockchain and virtual currency."

The full article, "More Guidance Needed on Digital Goods and Services, Practitioner Says," was written by Andrea Muse and published by State Tax Notes on October 18, 2018 for its subscribers.

Click here to contact Chris with questions.


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