Amazon to begin collecting taxes in NM next month

By Jessica Dyer | Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexicans can no longer look to for a tax-free shopping experience.

The online retail giant will begin collecting gross receipts tax on New Mexico purchases in April, according to a spokesman for the New Mexico Taxation & Revenue Department.

The move will likely bring in “tens of millions” of dollars in revenue to the state, spokesman Ben Cloutier said in a written statement.


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