California threatened by ‘iTunes tax’

Wake-up, California – your iTunes prices are under attack (again).
That’s right – assemblyman Charles Calderon is back with another attempt to levy a tax on digital downloads, just two months after Californian voter anger saw his last attempt to do the same thing chucked out with a vengeance. In April, the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee on a bipartisan vote rejected a legislative proposal to extend California’s sales and use tax to digital property, claims 9to5Mac.

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One thought on “California threatened by ‘iTunes tax’

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