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I thought we had reached the end of our FBAR streak, but not yet. In a Federal District Court case opinion released last week, the Northern District of California ruled that a U.S. online gambler was obligated to report his...more
HMRC has published a note to clarify the interaction between film or television co-productions and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). In the note, HMRC states that companies participating in a film or television...more
Notice 2014-17 Is a Positive Development Because It Should Ultimately Result in Consistent IRS Treatment of Tribal Trust Resources, But Several Issues Remain Unresolved.
The Notice provides that the IRS and Treasury...more
In 2013, courts were active in issues relating to Indian tribes, including ruling on state tax matters and the federal income tax aspects of Section 17 corporations.
The top 10 Indian tribal tax developments from 2013...more
Do You Know What Day It Is? The Risks and Benefits of the Animal Spokesperson
by Dan Brecher on October 9, 2013
Does Grumpy Cat have more Twitter followers than your business? If so, maybe it’s time for an animal...more
The Italian gaming market has suffered a period of high tension today when the Italian Parliament has approved a motion instructing the Goverment to urgently ban for 12 months both online gaming and land-based gaming systems...more
National Ambulatory Services Firm Seeks Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
by Joel R. Glucksman on August 16, 2013
Rural/Metro, an ambulance and fire protection services company, announced it has filed for Chapter 11...more
A recent Claims Court case addressed whether a radio station's assets include goodwill....more
The UK Government has published The Cultural Test (Television Programmes) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations“) which will come into force on 13 August 2013....more
In the last weeks before the general election, two ads run on TV. ...more
Governor Phil Bryant recently signed into law two pieces of legislation aimed at increasing investment within the State of Mississippi....more
In This Issue:
- RICHARD KALM REAPPOINTED MGCB EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
Richard Kalm, whose appointment as Executive Director of the Michigan Gaming Control Board was set to expire this year, has been appointed by...more
In this article:
- Income Tax
- Other Foreign Taxes -- Vat And Social Security Taxes
- Foreign Tax Credit Planning
- U.S. Withholding Obligations
- Use Of Loan Out Company
In This Issue:
- MICHIGAN GAMING CONTROL BOARD APPROVES ATHENS ACQUISITION TRANSACTION:
At its April 9 monthly meeting, the Michigan Gaming Control Board (“MGCB”) approved Athens Acquisition LLC’s acquisition...more
In This Issue:
- DOLLARS IN, DOLLARS OUT: DOES IT MAKE “CENTS” FOR TENNESSEE TO FURTHER LEGALIZE GAMBLING IN THE STATE?
Uniquely situated in the mid-south, the state of Tennessee and its “three grand divisions,” or...more
Canada has long been a pioneer in the international co-production area with numerous co-production treaties. Enclosed is a chart that provides a comparison of Canadian Content, Co-Ventures and Treaty...more
The IRS periodically issues tax tips, and some of them catch my eye. This time, it was "Five Important Tips on Gambling Income and Losses." I bet you can guess what the biggest tip was: Winnings from gambling are income,...more
Ernst & Young LLP earlier this month released a study assessing the "economic benefits of film production tax incentives". The study, entitled "Evaluating the effectiveness of state film tax credit programs" was commissioned...more
There is no clear consensus among the relevant rules of professional conduct, case law or the related ethics opinions interpreting the rules of the ethical responsibilities of attorneys regarding inadvertently sent or...more
Two items of note relating to the issue of international treaty co-productions which I believe indicate their re-emergence as a way of producing (especially in the current financial climate).
First, Telefilm Canada...more
In this issue: Should Filmmakers Be Content to Have Taxing Authorities Judge Their Content? Upcoming 2012 Speaking Engagements; Individual Liability for Company Taxes; Potential Unity and Business Income in California;...more
This is the eight (and final) installment in our series about the new Terms of Trade applicable to the English-language Canadian private broadcasting industry (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7). This...more
In this issue: Taxpayer May Subpoena State’s E-mails Interpreting Tax Law; Tribunal Finds Sufficient Business Purpose and Allows QEZE Credit; Tribunal Holds Interest Payable Only from Date of Amended Returns; Production...more
Whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced collector, the electricity surrounding an international art fair can overwhelm the senses. Lavish parties, rich history, and the subtle buzz of thousands of business deals...more
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