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thành phố new york, mỹ dự định đánh thuế các tập đoàn phát trực tuyến như Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, Spotify, và dùng ngân sách có được cho vận tải công cộng...
A tax on digital media like movies and audiobooks could be added to your paid subscriptions as a way to support public transit (vận tải công cộng) across the state, at least that's what members of New York's Assembly Majority are proposing.
The idea is part of the Assembly's budget proposal which was submitted Thursday. It would add an overall 8% sales tax to subscriptions like Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, Spotify, and Audible; 4% would be state sales tax, and the other 4% would local sales tax.
Other media or "digital product" that is "electronically or digitally delivered, streamed or accessed" would also be subject according to the Assembly's proposal. Cable and satellite television as well as newspapers or periodicals (xuất bản định kỳ) would be excluded (miễn, loại trừ).
The Assembly estimates revenue for New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, or MTA, would reach $63 million by 2026-2027 and reach $29 million the first year.
By 2026-2027, an estimated $46 million would be raised for public transit everywhere else around the state, $21 million the first year.
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