Internet Sales Tax Collection Bill Heard in House


The Chamber again testified in support of SB 545 last week. We are pleased it is receiving broad, bipartisan support. As we have noted previously, this bill represents an important step toward the Legislature requiring online retailers who have no physical presence in Indiana to collect Indiana sales tax from their Indiana customers when they make online purchases.

Senate Bill 545 is a well thought out and sound approach. Senator Kenley is to be commended for his pursuit of this legislation that will serve the dual purposes of leveling the playing field between in-state brick and mortar retailers and their online competitors, while also boosting Indiana’s sales tax base. The bill will further a key objective in the Chamber’s Indiana Vision 2025 plan.

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