diberry - 7:54 pm on Jun 10, 2011 (gmt 0)
Demaestro, I think you're right that they are implying certain workarounds, of which we are considering some. In this virtual environment, it seems that you can send your links to an account in New Hampshire and that could solve the problem. Amazon isn't the only one doing this, and there's been similar language in the notices from other companies - all of which gave us plenty of notice and helped work with us BTW.
What about taxes, though? If you're still a resident of CT for tax purposes, but your Amazon 1099 comes to an address in NH (which has no state income tax), then you would still legally owe CT income tax on that earning. But when you pay it, and CT sees a bunch of Amazon 1099s coming down the pipeline, aren't they just going to claim Amazon's operating in their state, and then Amazon will have to ban this practice, too?