Minnesota Government That Wants To Tax VoIP Also Using VoIP

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Remember the Minnesota state government that is really serious about taxing VoIP? The same state government that won’t take no for an answer after being told to leave VoIP untaxed again and again and again? It appears that that very same Minnesota government that wants to make sure VoIP is being taxed, is also ditching traditional phone lines to use VoIP because, you know, it’s cheaper. In fact, the article notes that the state is saving taxpayer money because they don’t have to pay so much for phone lines.

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