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In less than one month since the launch of our organization, OMG made sure the voice of our community was heard in the Supreme Court of the United States.

The outcome of the Wayfair sales tax case currently before the Court could have devastating consequences on our community and its ability to do business online if South Dakota wins. That’s why it was so important to have our voice heard.

A tremendous amount of time and effort was volunteered to make sure we didn’t miss this extremely important opportunity to tell the Court our story.

Read the Online Merchants Guild Amicus Brief

But where do we go from here?

An amicus brief is one thing but volunteering time and effort isn’t enough to take legal action. There is a lot of work that needs to be done to ensure all of us can succeed in ecommerce. Not just in tax, but IP, trade policy, providing community benefits, and more.

There is a lot we plan to accomplish to help you succeed, but that cannot happen without your support.

This is a critical moment for online merchants. A test to see if we can truly come together as a community.

Now that you have a better understanding of our immediate priority; to protect you from undue tax burdens, we hope that you are committed to getting involved and joining today!

BUT! Before you sign up, we ask that you take a moment and consider one more thing.

Consider what happens when California or any other state contacts you, seeking 8 years of back taxes.

What about when states start expecting you to file sales tax and income tax returns in every state, city, county, parish…Can your business afford the cost of having to file as many tax returns as Walmart, and the $100,000 + annual accounting fees that you’d have to pay if we do nothing to challenge the states, asserting Your Constitutional Rights?

Are you going to hire your own tax attorneys and fight these state behemoths on your own?

Do you have the same tax litigation budget as companies like Google?

Wouldn’t it be better if one organization could step in and fight the states on your behalf

Allowing you access to:

  • The best tax lawyers
  • Representing the entire community
  • Common Issue
    Fighting for the Rights of Everyone

All at a Fraction of the Cost of you doing itBy Yourself?

Now ask yourself:

How would your business benefit by having the top tax lawyers in the country fighting for your constitutional rights?

Whatever you decide, we hope your answer to that question, and consideration of what’s at stake for you and your business will drive your decision to decide which, tax-deductible contribution level is appropriate for your business.

It only works if we all do our part.