Hoosier Group Calls for Tax Fairness on Cyber Monday

By Scott Sarvay

Hoosier Group Calls for Tax Fairness on Cyber Monday

November 23, 2012 Updated Nov 23, 2012 at 4:31 PM EDT

Indiana (www.incnow.tv) - Now that Black Friday is over, people are gearing up for Cyber Monday.

A day many holiday shoppers choose to avoid the crowds and do their shopping from the comfort of their own homes.

However not everyone is thrilled with the online bargains.

Representatives from Indiana Merchants for Tax Fairness, a coalition of hundreds of Hoosier businesses are meeting with reporters Monday calling on Indiana lawmakers to level the playing field between online-only and brick-and-mortar retailers by collecting sales tax.




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