Sutherland Salt Shaker- Vol. 1 No. 7- July 2010


IN THIS ISSUE- Totally Cool: Tennessee Class Action Lawsuit Smoked; New Hampshire Interest and Dividends Tax: Who’s Taxable Now?; South Carolina Goes Off the TRAC; Valuation, Revaluation, and Ohio Property Tax; SALT Pet(s) of the Month; Introduction of Federal Streamlined Sales Tax Legislation; Recently Seen and Heard; Wisconsin Court of Appeals Holds that Advertiser’s Access to Wisconsin Population Is Income-Producing Activity; Multistate Tax Commission Update; Corporate Officer Held Personally Liable for Bankrupt Corporation’s Unpaid Sales Taxes; California Amended Regulation Includes Independent Contractor Activities in Costs of Performance; Come See Us; The Sutherland SALT Team.

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