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No Property? No Payroll? No Problem! The Evolution of State Tax Nexus and Sourcing

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June 11, 2018

No Property? No Payroll? No Problem! The Evolution of State Tax Nexus and Sourcing

States are slowly providing more legislative developments and insight on their responses to Federal Tax Reform. Now, we are anticipating a SCOTUS decision on state tax nexus limitation (South Dakota v. Wayfair). Read this blog to get up-to-speed on the history and current status.

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IRS Notice 2018-13: How it Affects Your Toll Tax Model

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January 26, 2018

IRS Notice 2018-13: How it Affects Your Toll Tax Model

In this update to our previous post on the toll tax, we highlight the key proposals in Notice 2018-13, noting particularly where changes will affect clients’ ongoing work to model the toll tax for end-of-year provision purposes.  

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Taking the Sting out of Mandatory Repatriation: Consider OFLs, NOLs, and FTCs

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December 15, 2017

Taking the Sting out of Mandatory Repatriation: Consider OFLs, NOLs, and FTCs

As we approach the final stages in the tax reform process, the details and what-if scenarios are swarming. One detail everyone should be aware of is that the House and Senate bills impose a tax on the deferred foreign income of U.S. shareholders of CFCs as part of the transition to a territorial system of taxation. In short, the amount of non-previously taxed E&P of a U.S. shareholder’s CFCs is included in the shareholder’s 2017 Subpart F income.

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Ask the Right Questions for Your Sales and Use Tax Compliance Process

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May 05, 2017

Ask the Right Questions for Your Sales and Use Tax Compliance Process

The management of sales and use tax compliance can be complicated. Especially if your process is manual. To make it more manageable, you need to first ask the right questions about your data, your process, and your resources.

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It’s Not the Plan That’s Important, It’s the Planning: Practical Guide to Preparing for Tax Reform

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February 14, 2017

It’s Not the Plan That’s Important, It’s the Planning: Practical Guide to Preparing for Tax Reform

As President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress attempt to define a comprehensive tax reform package, details on policy changes are elusive. However, initial tax proposals released by the Trump Administration and House Republicans provide broad guidelines for what can be expected. As the saying goes, “it’s not the plan that’s important, it’s the planning” — so read on for what’s in the proposal, and a practical guide to preparing for tax reform.

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