The TELECOM TAXATION category reports and analyzes news and events in the telecom tax field, especially where they concern challenges, controversies, and the ongoing, dynamic interplay among evolving technologies, the businesses of telecommunications, and established governmental regulatory and revenue-raising functions, in an effort to be interesting, informed and informative (even educational), always opinionated and occasionally amusing.
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- New York's Helio Case: A Trial Run for Sprint?
- AOL Port Modem Management Service Is Taxable Tennessee Telecom
- Verizon (Mostly) Loses Big-Dollar Pennsylvania Gross Receipts Tax Case
- For Dish Network in Florida, Satellite & Cable Tax Can Differ
- Sprint/Nextel Accused of Massive New York Sales Tax Fraud
- AOL Recoups $4.5M Sales Tax on “MMS” Dial-Up Internet
- Did Sprint Sell Phones for $0, or Give Them Away?
- Michigan PSC's Double-Fumble 911 Nightmare
- Easylink’s EM Service: In NY, It’s As Taxable As Telegraphy
- EchoStar/DISH Avoids $2M Sales Tax After Epic 8-Year (5-Strike!) Battle