Comment: Buyer "B" buys something out

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Buyer "B" buys something out

Buyer "B" buys something out of state from company "C"

Should B's state get the tax, or C's state?

What tax rate is charged? B's or C's?

If C's state determines the rate, and C's state is the recipient, this bill isn't horrible, it's crummy, but it's not that bad.

If B's state determines the rate, and is the recipient (as in this bill) you just made a fur-ball of laws into software code at enormous expense and upkeep.

I'm against both ways, or any combination of B's and C's. This won't work.