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Although the Internal Revenue Code trumps IRS Publications, practitioners tend to use the Publications as the initial resource when handling day-to-day tax issues. However, the Publications were not part of petitioner’s...more
In Shelly Funeral Home, Inc. v. Warrington Township, 30 MAP 2010 (December 18, 2012), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed a 2010 decision of the Commonwealth Court and held that a business privilege “flat tax” ordinance...more
Originally published in the September/October 2012 30th Anniversary Issue of The Journal of State Taxation.
James M. Susa focuses on the tax valuation of common areas within a planned community, noting that, while most...more
AS the June 30 deadline for filing a Report of Foreign Bank Account (FBAR) approaches the risks of non-compliance increase. A recent Petition to the U.S. Supreme Court illustrates the problem. The case, M.H. v. U.S arises...more
In this issue: Senate Bill Would Raise Taxes on Derivatives Trades; Senate Hearings Question Fund Investments in Commodity-related Investments; SEC Grants No-action Relief for Potential Section 10(f) Violations; FINRA...more
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