More States Consider Sales Tax For OTCs, Supplements
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Sales tax exemptions for OTCs and dietary supplements are at risk under various state bills, including in Vermont and Minnesota. Online sales of drugs and supplements in some states also would be subject to sales taxes under pending federal legislation.
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