From hot air balloons to bagels, 2010 proved to be yet another year in which states and municipalities passed some strange tax laws in a desperate bid to raise revenues and close their budget gaps.
The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters has compiled a sampling of some of the year’s quirkiest sales and use tax changes, emphasizing the importance of technology and expertise to help navigate the dynamic sales and use tax landscape.
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