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Tax Law

Oregon Imposes 911 Tax on Out-of-State Retailer with No Physical Presence

The Oregon Tax Court held that the state was not constitutionally prohibited from imposing its statewide 911 tax on an out-of-state VOIP service provider with no physical presence in the state. The court held that the 911 tax was not a sales or use tax because it was not measured by sales price (rather it... Continue Reading…