Essay on CH 3 and CH4

Submitted By robertbowland
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1. What are some examples of software that you have personally downloaded from the Internet where you agreed to a license agreement by clicking "I agree"? Have you ever read the entire agreement? Should you be bound to the terms in the contract if you did not take the time to read the agreement? Why or why not? Here are a cople of softwares that i have recently downloaded and that i also aggreed to a license agreement by clicking "I agree". Microsoft Office, Java and the new internet explorer. Thee answer to rather if i read the license agreement is both Yes and No. It all depends on the mood im in . I often pick and choose which agreement i will read. Yes i do believe every one no matter who it is be bound by the contract Once you click agree you should know the consiquences. No matter if you read or not. The law does not pick and choose
2. What are the arguments for and against state sales tax for online purchases? What do you think is the best approach? If an item is subject to sales tax in the state to which the order is shipped, tax is generally calculated on the total selling price of each individual item. In accordance with state tax laws, the total selling price of an item will generally include item-level shipping and handling charges, item-level discounts, gift-wrap charges, and an allocation of order-level shipping and handling charges and order-level discounts. i believe you should have the choice to pick and choose your options between days for delivery or gift wrapped. i think the main tax should be what the item cost. Then the other options could apply.
3. Would you support federal legislation, such as the Telecommuter Tax Fairness Act, that would prohibit states from collecting state income tax on tax earned by nonresident telecommuters? Why or why not? No i would not support federal legislation, such as the Telecommuter Tax Fairness Act, Did they tax on prohibition To me it sounds unlawful but then when it comes the government. It definately seems unfair.

Reference
Stimms, R. (2014, January 1). When sales tax must be charged for online purchases. Retrieved September 13, 2014, from http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/sales-tax-internet-29919.html1. What are some examples of software that you have personally downloaded from the Internet where you agreed to a license agreement by clicking "I agree"? Have you ever read the entire agreement? Should you be bound to the terms in the contract if you did not take the time to read the agreement? Why or why not? Here are a cople of softwares that i have recently downloaded and that i also aggreed to a license agreement by clicking "I agree". Microsoft Office, Java and the new internet explorer. Thee answer to rather if i read the license agreement is both Yes and No. It all depends on the mood im in . I often pick and choose which agreement i will read. Yes i do believe every one no matter who it is be bound by the contract Once you click agree you should know the consiquences. No matter if you read or not. The law does not pick and choose
2. What are the arguments for and against state sales tax for online purchases? What do you think is the best approach? If an item is subject to sales tax in the state to which the order is shipped, tax is generally calculated on the total selling price of each individual item. In accordance with state tax laws, the total selling price of an item will generally include item-level shipping and handling charges, item-level discounts, gift-wrap charges, and an allocation of order-level shipping and handling charges and order-level discounts. i believe you should have the choice to pick and choose your options between days for delivery or gift wrapped. i think the main tax should be what the item cost. Then the other options could apply.
3. Would you support federal legislation, such as the Telecommuter Tax Fairness Act, that would prohibit states from collecting state income tax on tax earned by…