States with no sales tax: Oregon, New Hampshire, Montana, Delaware, Alaska. It would be harder for these to suddenly start imposing a sales tax on ONLY online transactions.
Can anybody point me to a source which covers exactly what is considered a California presence/nexus/connection for the proposed bill?
For example, I am a non-US company, renting a server in California, collecting a affiliate payment from an Australian company for a sale to somebody in Canada.
Would somebody somewhere be expected to charge and remit Calfornia sales tax? (if so, who?). Would it make any difference if the company paying me the affiliate payment was in Washington and the customer in Texas? if so, why?
If I simply move my only California server to another state/country (pity, it's my best and most expensive one), would that solve the problem?