An American Look at Zappers

Richard T. Ainsworth
The U.S. lags behind most other countries in the pursuit of zapper software. Sales suppression catches the attention of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) only if the manipulation seriously impacts a taxpayer’s annual income. This is only to be expected. The federal government secures revenue primarily through an annual income tax. The U.S. has no broad-based transaction tax, or federal VAT.
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