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What the new online shopping tax rule means for buyers
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that internet retailers can collect sales taxes for online purchases even if the company doesn’t physically operate in your state. NBC business correspondent Jo Ling Kent explains what this means for both shoppers and businesses.
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