Amazon.com will begin collecting Indiana's 7-percent sales tax from customers in 2014 under an agreement with the state announced Monday.
Gov. Mitch Daniels and an Amazon executive said the agreement could lead to Indiana collecting at least $20 million more in annual sales-tax revenues . . .
Simon said in a prepared statement that it will drop its complaint because of the agreement.
The deal with Seattle-based Amazon doesn't include any other companies, but Daniels said the state is asking Congress to require all online businesses to collect state sales taxes.
Estimates on Indiana's uncollected online sales taxes range from $75 million to $250 million per year. A report from the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute released in November estimated a range of $40 million to $114 million.