Taxing the Internet of Things

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is staggering. Far from a consumer-only technology revolution, IoT stands to transform the very nature of numerous industries ranging from agriculture to manufacturing to transportation to oil and gas, to name just a few. But as more “dumb” objects become “smart” by way of the internet, the question of taxation stands as a roadblock threatening to halt the progress of unprepared providers.
Many companies investing in IoT solutions remain unaware that creating those connections can completely change the taxes they’re liable for and regulations they’re subject to. Such oversights have the potential to turn profitable revenue streams into costly headaches due to increased risks of penalties, fees, and audits.
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