E-commerce and Mobile Commerce International Tax Planning exists because our international tax laws were written by a man born in the 1860’s. This is not a typo. He grew up in the world of Pony Express and steamship commerce.
In the 1930’s he became the Chairman of the Congressional Tax Committee. His view of commerce was the late 1800’s. Congress has never changed our international tax laws.
These tax laws work just fine in the industrial age but now these ancients laws create legitimate loopholes for e-commerce and cloud based businesses.
E-commerce and Mobile Commerce International Tax Planning for the Internet of Things.
We are in the age of “internet of things,”
The industrial age tax laws provide many unique tax savings for the e-commerce business, the contract manufacturing business, and the internet marketing business.
My easy to read book, International Taxation in America for the Entrepreneur, provides the tried and true blueprint for saving taxes for today’s E-commerce businesses. I have the first three chapters on this link.
The first three chapters are easy to read but are hard to believe. I mean, is it really possible that Congress has done nothing about international tax laws since the Great Depression in the 1930s?
And there is more unbelievable events. The designer of the tax law was born just after the Civil War. His father served in the Confederate Army. His parents named him after Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
And there is more. The writer of our international tax law had only a high school education. To him, text messaging was the telegraph.
So, get the first 25 pages, for free, of my popular book on international tax planning with an emphasis on e-commerce and cloud based products on this link.
Or buy the book at Amazon for $9.50, on this link. By the way, Amazon has a seven day return policy. So, if you don’t like the book, just send it back (which is easy to do as a Kindle book0
Now, if you want to take your international tax planning to the next lever, then contact me, Brian Dooley, CPA, MBT at [email protected]
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