CBS2 Investigates: ‘The Hidden Overcharge’ – Are You Paying More Than You Should?You may also be paying more because stores are charging sales tax on items that should actually be tax exempt.
Amazon.com To Begin Charging Conn. Sales Tax On FridayThe Seattle-based e-commerce giant reached a deal with state officials in February to begin charging sales tax. As part of the deal, Amazon agreed to open a $50 million distribution center in the state and in exchange, Connecticut won't seek back taxes.
Connecticut Tax-Free Shopping Week Begins SundayThe state's tax-free week eliminates Connecticut's 6.35 percent sales tax on clothes costing less than $300.
Connecticut Proposal Would Hike Tax On Digital DownloadsDownloading e-books, music from iTunes, or apps for your phone could become expensive for folks in Connecticut.
Amazon To Collect 6.35 Percent Connecticut Sales Tax, Ending DisputeThe retailer also promised to spend $50 million to build an order-fulfillment center at an unspecified site and create hundreds of jobs.
State: Medical Marijuana Will Be Subject To New Jersey Sales TaxThe Division of Taxation made the decision in keeping with the intent of the original medical marijuana legislation signed by Gov. Jon Corzine in 2010, according to State Treasury spokesman Andy Pratt.
Sales Tax Figures Up On Long Island; Comptroller Predicts Strong Holiday SalesAre you looking for some good news on the economic front? You'll find some on Long Island.
Week-Long Connecticut Sales Tax Holiday UnderwayConnecticut's annual sales tax holiday kicked off today. Clothing and shoes costing more than $300 are exempt from the six-percent state sales tax.
Ask Asa: Proposed Regulation Could Affect Online ShoppersIf you love the ease of shopping online, then you may not like a proposed federal regulation that could take a big bite out of your shopping budget
Ask Asa: Sales Tax Jurisdiction And Rate Lookup Looking for more information on Asa Aarons' report on the possibility of taxes on online shopping?
No NYC Sales Tax Already Has Many Long Island Retailers FearfulAttention New York City shoppers: there's no more sales tax and already "border wars" are underway. It turns out Long Island retailers are ready to rumble, as savvy buyers look to save.
Shoppers, Retailers Welcome NY Sales Tax BreakThe New York State sales tax exemption for clothing and shoes under $110 is back. Starting on April 1, 2012 customers will be paying four-percent less.