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Thu, July 09

State may crack down on cheating retailers
Arizona could be losing as much as $350M a year due to retailers who cheat on taxes, officials say.

New legislation would curb a loss in state revenue, estimated to be as much as $350 million annually, by banning software that some retailers use to cheat the state. (Stock Photo/Courier)

New legislation would curb a loss in state revenue, estimated to be as much as $350 million annually, by banning software that some retailers use to cheat the state. (Stock Photo/Courier)

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