Taxation DEFINITION: In the U.S., NET FAIR, which is short for the New Economy Tax Fairness Act, is a proposed bill (S664) that would define clear standards by which a business or individual can be considered to have sufficient economic ties to a particular state or locality to justify taxation by that entity with the assumption that it could not be taxed by comparable entities elsewhere. (Such economic ties are known
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Fiscally conservative IT organizations should try to minimize their expenses and leverage their IT budgets. Understanding the data tax and where potential savings reside is a good place to start. This white paper explains how this data tax is being levied and provides valuable advice from our data tax advisors on how to legally circumvent this tax.
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