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The following recap from the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) meetings held June 18-19, 2019, at USPS HQs in Washington was compiled specifically with catalog interests in mind by ACMA VP & Deputy Director Paul Miller from reports by ACMA members Nancy Cushman of Crate & Barrel and Michelle Zalewski of ALG Worldwide. For some […]
By Martin Eisenstein & David Bertoni Catalog and online retailers are faced with enormous challenges in complying with a host of new state tax and privacy laws and regulatory requirements. Collecting the correct amount of sales tax or following the divergent requirements of various state privacy laws is a daunting task. Mistakes are easy to […]
Please click here to access a timely report by Brann & Isaacson attorneys Martin Eisenstein and David Swetnam-Burland that originally ran in State Tax Notes on June 10th. By special permission, it was just released specifically for ACMA members only. Please do not circulate beyond your company. Any reproduction is prohibited. Legal Disclaimer: This column is […]
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