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When Did the GOP Become Tax Collectors for Liberal States?

Vladilyich Wrote: May 06, 2013 9:07 AM
I think we will see a lot of Internet businesses move across the border to Canada (whose economy is booming, by the way). UPS, FEDEX an DHL all ship from Canada for only slightly more than they do from the U.S. and all have a major presence in Canada. Canada has only a national sales tax that is flat regardless of province or territory. Locate the business in Toronto, Windsor, Vancouver or even Niagara and it will be immune American laws and nonsense. The Canadian dollar is on par with the American except for most of the past year it has been worth more than the American dollar.
Stan432 Wrote: May 06, 2013 3:19 PM
It is a lot more expensive to ship to and from Canada (I do it all the time), both in shipping costs and border fees (50% or more on top of the shipping cost). Plus additional time of at least a day or two.

Canada has a national GST of about 7%, and PST is province based, some have it (most) some don't and about 7%. And Canada is not immune to absurd laws and nonsense, they are masters of it.
Corbett_ Wrote: May 06, 2013 9:52 AM
You're right for larger businesses, but the mom-and-pop businesses will probably shut down because compliance costs will be too much.