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Spotlight on Tennessee: Factoring Transactions Are Not Subject to Related Party Intangible Expense Add-Back Statute

In 2012, Tennessee amended the excise tax statute to require prior approval before allowing intangible expenses to be deducted from net earnings for intangible expenses paid by one related party to another related party. In...more

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