Raimondo eyes tax on cloud-based services

(Corrected at 11:25 a.m. to replace T-shirt reference in 11th paragraph with microwave.) Does your business use Office 365? Do you pay for TurboTax’s cloud-based services to prepare your taxes? If so, your costs could rise slightly next fiscal year in Rhode Island, as Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has proposed a sales and use tax…

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  1. Worse than tax and spend is spend and tax. Shortfall after shortfall makes politicians tax everything that moves.
    This is one more tax on something that the state feels is innocuous but the sum of this annual drive to find new taxes keeps the state from recruiting workers and companies — unless you give them a “special deal” tax break. All the politicians say they want to foster more jobs in RI but then they do this sort of stuff that proves it is not high on their list.