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Old 12-08-2009, 03:22 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by pbennett View Post
One thing that hasn't been pointed out much is even when B&N has the same listed price as Amazon, they don't count sales tax (which they charge). So B&N will probably always be more expensive (for now).
But (in the USA) if you don't pay sales tax, then you have to pay the equivalent in "use tax" in your own state. Not to do so is tax evasion. Should we really be considering the effect of tax evasion when it comes to comparing eBook prices?
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