The City of Wasilla is looking to collect taxes from Online Sales

The Wasilla City Council recently voted to pay $10,000 to the Alaska Municipal League to fund a study on municipalities ability to collect a sales tax from online retailers following the Supreme Court’s decision on Wayfair v. South Dakota.

According to the Frontiersman, Wasilla is unique among Mat-Su Borough cities in that it does not collect a property tax, relying almost solely on sales taxes for revenue.

Read the full Frontiersman article here.



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