California Text Message Tax

The AP had a story yesterday about California considering a text message tax: https://apnews.com/1380651d8c02474fb1c7d7831213a991 Text messages have gone from a major cost driver to virtually non-existent on enterprise bills. Texts get bundled with plans and given away for free. Of course, we’re texting more than ever.  The AP story describes the hypothetical tax as a flat fee (most likely). If so, it would look more like an E911 charge that is common in most jurisdictions – which solves that pesky problem of getting 10% of the text part of your plan that is zero...

Tax Implications for 5G Service

5G services are no longer in the foggy future; Verizon is rolling out 5G services already. How will 5G intersect with your local taxing jurisdiction? Avalara recently posted some thoughts:...

VZW Gets in on the tax game

Observed that Verizon is now getting in on the tax game, or at least acknowledging it as a cost driver, with their new tax and surcharge estimator. Contact us today for a review of your current wireless spend and whether there is an opportunity to optimize your corporate wireless bill....