Sutherland Salt Shaker- Vol. 1 No. 4- April 2010


IN THIS ISSUE: Michigan Legislation "Fixes" Single Member LLC Filing Concerns; Georgia's Contingency-Fee Tax Collectors; New Jersey's Telecommuter Nexus; Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission Addresses Sham Transaction Doctrine; SALT pet of the month; Think twice before you R.S.V.P. to this invitation: Massachusetts Limited Amnesty Program; Recently seen and heard; California interested parties meeting; California and Tennessee consider onerous reporting; Maine goes "Finnigan"; Come see us; California court of appeals once again rejects "Heads I Win, Tales You Lose" refund scheme; In Alabama, transfer of legal title alone does not a taxable retail sale make; Multistate tax commission wrap-up; The Sutherland SALT Team.

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