By  on April 10, 2008

Albany, N.Y. (FNS) — Internet shoppers will be subjected to New York State sales tax for online purchases from companies located outside of the state, such as, according to the newly adopted State Budget.

According to the budget, if the New York commissioned sales are more than $10,000 annually, the Internet retailer is “presumed” to be doing business in New York and will therefore have to charge a sales tax on all sales into the State.

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