Famous 18th-century technology geek Benjamin Franklin once complained that “nothing in this world is certain but death and taxes.” These days, perhaps it’s certain that this quote will appear in any tax article, but if taxes were a problem for inventors in Franklin’s era (and he was an accomplished inventor himself), it shouldn’t be surprising that they continue to confound experts on the Internet and e-commerce today.

Consider just a few of the exciting e-commerce frontiers clouded by uncertainty about the problems that taxes may create:

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