Streamlining New York's Sales Tax
The Streamlined Sales Tax Project was founded in March 2000, with the purpose of developing measures to simplify and unify state and local sales taxes. The extent to which New York should participate in the nationwide sales tax streamlining effort is an important state fiscal policy issue. This report highlights the key features of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and examines the extent to which New York’s current State and local sales tax complies with its provisions.
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