Schmidt: Internet sales tax threshold safe legal ground


Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Thursday told lawmakers they would be on safe legal ground if they set a new minimum threshold for out-of-state internet sales tax collections.

Appearing before the House tax committee, Schmidt addressed how the state should handle internet sales tax collections following a 2018 landmark U.S. Supreme Court case.

Schmidt urged lawmakers to follow the South Dakota law upheld in the case, which cleared the way for sales tax collections from out-of-state businesses.

The South Dakota law only . . .


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