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In November, the Tennessee Department of Revenue (Department) issued two notices to help clarify Franchise and Excise Tax classification of single member LLCs (SMLLCs) and series LLCs.
Governor Rick Perry has signed into law Texas HB 500, which provides for certain changes to the Texas franchise tax provisions. ...more
On June 30th Governor Corbett signed a $28.4 billion state appropriations package which provides modest increases in some areas and flat funding in others. Although the popular press suggested that the budget included no...more
In this issue:
- California FTB Takes Harley-Davidson for a Ride: Securitization Subsidiaries Are Financial Corporations with Nexus in California
- “Tut-Tut,” Long Beach: California Supreme Court Permits...more
The recently concluded 2013 regular session of the New Mexico Legislature resulted in legislation enacting several significant changes to New Mexico’s tax programs, the majority of which are business friendly. Most of the...more
Pennsylvania’s tax appeal system has long been criticized as very complicated, expensive and lacking impartiality. A few years ago, the PA Chamber and other interested groups were able to work with the General Assembly to...more
What three letters strike fear into the heart of small business owners across the United States?
I . . . R . . . S Internal . . . Revenue . . . Service.
And in 2013 there may be even greater reason for small...more
In This Issue:
- Barry Kurtz Honored As Trusted Advisor
- Franchisor 101: Exploring Exemptions Under California's Franchise Investment Law - Part 1
- Franchisee 101: Taxes, 2013 and Selling Your Franchise...more
Deriving maximum cost efficiency from the supply chain is a critical operational issue for multinational enterprises (MNEs) in certain regions. As taxation is typically one of a group’s largest costs, supply chain...more
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: A company formed to operate an NFL franchise runs afoul of Section 2704 at the death of its principal stockholder. While the estate put forth some creative arguments to elude the grasp of Section 2704,...more
Table of Contents
II. General Nexus Standards ... 2
A. Registration To Do Business...2
B. Nexus For State Tax Purposes ... 3
1. Nexus for Texas Franchise Tax Purposes... 3
2. Leniency for...more
A. Introduction. In selecting a form of business entity in which to engage in business in Texas after the 82nd Texas Legislature, 2011 Regular Session (the “2011 Legislative Session”), which convened on January...more
A recent tax case won by the IRS has closed a loophole employed by S corporations to circumvent paying payroll taxes by characterizing their wages as distributions. This ruling might have serious repercussions in the business...more
Production-based tax exemptions have saved Pennsylvania businesses billions of dollars. These exemptions are known by various names, including "manufacturing," "processing," "printing," "mining,"
"R&D," "agriculture" and...more
Selling your business is often times a complicated process. It requires preparing your business to sell from the moment you decide to launch. Selling your business could even be more complicated than selling your house. There...more
On July 29, the District of Columbia's Office of Tax and Revenue("OTR") announced that it will launch a tax amnesty program that will run from August 2 through September 30, 2010. The amnesty program applies to taxes that...more
Owning your own business is a rewarding and potentially lucrative endeavor. The freedom and sense of accomplishment of being self-employed is unmatched. However, business ownership can be a serious financial risk if you are...more
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