Money Matters: Mass. residents to pay sales tax with Amazon purchases

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October 30, 2013, 8:25 am
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(NECN) -   If you live in Massachusetts and shop on amazon.com, you'll soon be paying more.
     
Starting Friday, shoppers will have to pay the state's 6.25-percent sales tax on items they buy from the website.
     
The state of Massachusetts reached a deal with Amazon on taxes last year after owners of brick and mortar stores complained online retailers had an advantage by not collecting sales taxes.
     
Virgin America is taking the pre-flight safety demonstration soaring to new heights.
    
Their new video has a song and dance associated with all of the safety precautions.
     
The airline is now looking for flyers to be in the next version of the video.

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