|Posted on 11/14/2017 2:31:00 AM.|
Black Friday is next week and retailers are gearing up for a busy shopping season. An October survey from Deloitte found that online holiday shopping is expected to beat in-store sales for the first time.
But LSU Marketing Professor Dan Rice says brick and mortar stores can be still very profitable and retailers will do what they can to get shoppers into their stores.More
|Black Friday, LSU, Dan Rice, online shopping|
|Posted on 1/17/2017 10:40:00 AM.|
If you’re buying items from Amazon in the New Year, you might not pay as much in sales taxes as you thought. It was announced that starting January 1st the online retailer would begin collecting state sales taxes for the first time. But Department of Revenue Secretary, Kimberly Robinson, says the only sales tax collected are on products sold directly by Amazon, LLC.
|Kimberly Robinson, Amazon, sales tax, online shopping, use tax|
|Posted on 12/21/2016 5:44:00 AM.|
What does Amazon’s new sales tax collecting policy mean for customers? State Revenue Secretary Kimberly Robinson says not much will change. She says even though customers haven’t seen the taxes on their purchase totals, Louisiana law has always required consumers to pay taxes on items they purchase online.
|Kimberly Robinson, Amazon, sales tax, online shopping|
|Posted on 11/30/2015 11:38:00 AM.|
Today is Cyber Monday, a day where retailers promote huge online sales. The annual online shopping spree celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. LSU Marketing Professor Dan Rice says Cyber Monday shopping is a growing trend.
|Cyber Monday, online shopping, Dan Rice|