According to the Nashua Telegraph, “New Hampshire’s tax collecting agency wants to apply a 7 percent tax on a variety of telephone and Internet services from chat rooms to voice mail.”
Their mental clarity and overall brilliance astounds me. “The change would add voice mail, chat rooms, Web mail and instant messaging to a list of services subject to the tax.”
I wonder if they actually believe that they can enforce this revision to the law, much less collect the taxes it creates.
Thanks to Matt Jacobs, for sending me the link!