CTIA Wants Repeal of Cellphone-Tax Law

Kara Reeder

The Wall Street Journal reports that CTIA is voicing its support for legislation to get rid of a 20-year-old law that taxes personal use of employer-provided cellphones. Until Congress makes a decision, CTIA is asking the IRS to


"consider suspending all audit activity on the taxation of the personal use of employer-provided cell phones."


The IRS is currently seeking comments on the law. Back in June, the agency asked Congress to repeal it, calling it "obsolete." The Obama administration said it would support the move.

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