In This Issue:

New York Enacts Significant Changes to Related Member Royalty Add-Back Law; Nuclear Power Plant That Produces Steam and Water to Generate Electricity Not Eligible for Investment Tax Credit; Appellate Division Upholds Denial of Insurance Company’s Claim for Refund of Retaliatory Tax; S Corporation Shareholders Permitted to Allocate Higher QEZE Credit to NY; and Insights in Brief.

Excerpt from New York Enacts Significant Changes to Related Member Royalty Add-Back Law -

Governor Cuomo has signed into law changes to the related member royalty income exclusion and expense add-back law, applicable for both New York State and New York City corporate tax purposes for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2013. S. 2609D, A. 3009D, Ch. 59, N.Y. Laws of 2013. Most significant is the elimination of the royalty income exclusion where the related payor is subject to the royalty expense add-back.

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Topics:  Add-Back Legislation, Andrew Cuomo, Fraud, Insurers, Investment Tax Credits, Liens, Nuclear Power, Prudential, QEZE Benefits, Royalties, S-Corporation, Tax Returns

Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Tax Updates

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