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Originally posted by kdog1982
Isn't any different then them imposing sales taxes on internet purchases from out of state.
The states are struggling for money,starved by the Feds,so they are looking into anyway avenue to get more money.
Originally posted by seachange
First it denies us our basic right to trade anything we rightfully own for anything else someone else owns. If I have a dollar I've got the basic right as property owner to give it to whoever I wish at any time.
The law goes further to require secondhand dealers to turn over a valuable business asset, namely, their business' proprietary client information. For every transaction a secondhand dealer must obtain the seller's personal information such as their name, address, driver's license number and the license plate number of the vehicle in which the goods were delivered
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
it prohibits a dealer from paying you in cash !!!!!
My belief is this makes it more difficult for the "second dealer" (an Ebay seller, a thrift store, a Flipper of any kind) to say "I paid $99 for the item and sold it for $100, so tax is due only on $1 of profit."