Buying in bulk may seem like it is always the best deal, but that isn't always the case. However, some online retailers like Walmart, Costco, and CVS are going to start listing unit pricing online within a year.
"Webrooming" is when consumers research products online before physically going to the store to purchase them. According to a study, almost three-fourths of both young adults and middle-age consumers have "webroomed."
The US House proposes to base an internet sales tax on the tax rate of a seller's home state. But would that create an unfair advantage to online retailers operating in states without a sales tax?
No one seems to like to bring up arguments in favor of taxes -- except perhaps policy makers -- but the Tax Policy Center notes there are ways of making taxes simpler to implement and fairer to those who pay them.