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Important New and Amended ADOR Regulations Now in Effect

Replacement Local Nexus Rule: The Alabama Department of Revenue’s (ADOR) new local nexus regulation, Rule 810-6-5-.04.02, is now in effect and applies to all transactions occurring on or after January 1, 2014. The ADOR...more

Spotlight on Alabama: Retailers Will be Subject to Sales Tax Because of Deliveries into Local Jurisdictions

For many years, retailers subject to Alabama's sales tax have correctly avoided collecting sales taxes for those Alabama cities and counties where the retailer is not located but where the retailer nevertheless makes...more

Southeast State & Local Tax: Important Developments - October 2013

The Williams Mullen Southeast State and Local Tax (SESALT) team is pleased to provide you with a comprehensive recap of recent legislation around the U.S....more

Alabama Department of Revenue Withdraws and Replaces Proposed Local Nexus Rule - New Proposal Likely to be More Palatable to the...

The Alabama Department of Revenue (“ADOR”) has withdrawn its controversial proposed local nexus rule, Ala. Admin. Code prop. r. 810-6-5-.04.02, and replaced it with a proposal that is narrower in scope and more...more

State & Local Tax Alert: Recent Developments in the State Taxation of Pass-Through Entities

In This Issue: - Nonresident Owner Nexus - Apportionment of Multistate Income - Entity-Level Income Tax Withholding - Composite Returns - Entity-Level Taxes - Issues Unique to S...more

Developments in Multistate Taxation

Alabama - The Alabama Department of Revenue, Administrative Law Division, found that a company’s beer distribution rights did not qualify as goodwill under generally accepted accounting principles and, therefore, did...more

Alabama DOR Issues Controversial Local Nexus Regulation: Would Dramatically Alter the Rule on Delivery Nexus

On April 30, the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) issued a proposed regulation regarding sellers’ obligations to collect and remit sales or use tax to Alabama cities and counties that would radically change the landscape...more

Tennessee Business Tax: Locally Imposed Tax Revamped

The Tennessee General Assembly recently passed a significant revision to the Tennessee Business Tax, a locally imposed gross receipts tax on the sale of goods and services (SB183/HB177). This change follows legislation...more

Under the Dome: Inside The Maine State House Special Edition 1-24-13

With a population of roughly 1.3 million people, Maine is a small player in national markets. At the same time, Maine legislators have attempted to have an out-sized voice in the national marketplace of legislative policy by...more

Nexus Not Established Merely by Sporadic Sales Call

The Administrative Law Division of the Alabama Department of Revenue has ruled that one sales call by a single salesman in a local taxing jurisdiction does not establish nexus with the local jurisdiction for purposes of...more

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