E-commerce sales tax is arriving in some states, boosting revenues by the millions, Reuters reports.
California, for example, reeled in $96.4 million is sales tax. That is significantly lower than the $1.9 billion they were projected, but still leaves California on pace to bring in $107 million in e-taxes for the fiscal year.
Missouri, however, has not joined in the e-commerce game. A study done by researchers at the University of Missouri projects that the state could be passing up as much as $1.4 billion in revenue between 2011 and 2014.