circulating in the gameblogs today I saw this.
http://www.joystiq.com/2009/02/26/wisco ... mes-items/
I'm wondering how they will collect this tax. If I buy a microsoft point card to be used on xbox live marketplace, do I pay tax on the card, or will my charge for the items I purchase with the card go up 5%?
They already collect a sales tax on the cards, so if they collect online too, I'll be double taxed.
Or I could buy my card online and change my system address to another state and pay nothing.
I just don't see a way to implement this that makes sense and can't be easily avoided by anyone who regularly buys things online.
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