Look into software tracking and billing solutions for mail order that can factor the differences from location to location and can be updated as those differences change.True I run B&M skateshop and haven’t had any problems just have my EIN # and make sure to pay my Taxes , when I talked to my distributors about starting an online thing , they were like don’t do it , too much red tape , but I can’t imagine the hell dealing with the ATF , we‘ll see I guess
"They" are us, the electorate, your neighbors and coworkers. You can't, in the US anyway, separate government from voters simply because it's your ox being gored. Bitching, moaning and getting one's panties in a bunch does nothing to fix a "problem". Working to elect someone you can support or, at least investigating the various candidates and casting one's vote from a position of knowledge might or might not be effective depending on which side of an issue you are on. Society wants smoking to go away, maybe even be abolished legally and all most do is whine, bitch and or post rants misstating the situation. Better to a least write a check to a candidate you can support or, even better, go to work for them a get out the vote.Who will they go after next
What would be the relevance of a person's state of birth as opposed to their state of residence with regard to recording online transactions?Kentucky has decreed that all mail order tobacco be taxed.
And each seller shall require each buyer to state the place of his nativity
How else could the sellers explain why the tobacco sojourned there?What would be the relevance of a person's state of birth as opposed to their state of residence with regard to recording online transactions?
It says that I'm from Spokane, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Des Moines, but I confused it as I am actually Canadian, mid/north Albertan to be specific, although I also lived in BC for part of my childhood.My own grandmother made good living that raised three children and send two to college and allowed them to retire early on a two acre corner lot by a school in Hermitage Missouri, by mastery of the Ozark American (hillbilly) dialect in weekly columns in The Index published in Hermitage Missouri.
As her literary executor, I fielded a call from one of her fans this morning. All the copies of all authorized editions of her1963 book Remunishuns of an Ozark Hillbilly are long gone and long out of print, but maybe The Index might have some. But if you have one I’ll authenticate it for free. Ma Agee would be less than tickled that scalawags and shysters out to make two dollars from a pore ole innercent soul was a passin’ off the wooden nickel edishuns as the real coin.
I’m just amazed any counterfeits exit. I can spot one in a second because of the illustrations by “Nanny Jenkins” will never be quite right. My cousin has the original plates used to stamp them.
The last retail price of her book was $10 in 1980. In 1963 it was $2. That’s another clue as to authenticity.
If you’d like to know within about 30 miles where you learned English, try this quiz.
It plants me squarely a half mile South of modern day Hamlet Missouri, which Ma Agee named Bug Tussle in the Ma and Pa series, after a man named Emmet Molder who lived there who called himself the Mayor of Bug Tussle.
I’ve tried other versions of the accent locator and I wind up pure hillbilly on every last one of ‘em.