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Washington State Tax Update

The Washington Legislature released the state budget for the 2015-2017 biennium, which enhanced the state’s nexus standard, eliminated certain tax exemptions, extended some tax preferences, and made other tax changes:...more

Key Energy-Related Tax Provisions in the 2016 Budget Proposal

In This Issue: - Modify and Permanently Extend the Production Tax Credit - Enhance and Make Permanent the Research and Experimentation Tax Credit - Provide Carbon Dioxide Investment and Sequestration Tax...more

Feedlot Health Management Services Ltd v The Queen, 2015 TCC 32 - The Tax Court Considers Fundamental SR&ED Principles

Bennett Jones LLP represented Feedlot Health Management Services Ltd. (FHMS) in the recent Tax Court of Canada proceeding, Feedlot Health Management Services Ltd v The Queen (2015 TCC 32). The case concerned certain...more

House Approves Bill to Make R&D Tax Credit Permanent

On May 9, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the American Research Competitiveness Act of 2014, which would make permanent the expired research and development (R&D) tax credit. The bill, H.R. 4438, passed...more

Comparison of Economic Development Incentives for South Carolina and North Carolina

In This Presentation: - Business Consideration – Electricity Rates - South Carolina vs. North Carolina - Corporate License Fees/ Franchise Taxes - Income Tax Rates (C Corps) - Income Tax...more

Corporate & Tax E-Note - June 27, 2013

In This Issue: - Secrecy Provision of JOBS Act Boosts IPO Pipeline - SEC Chair Says Companies Will Soon Have to Admit Wrongdoing - SBA Revises Standards Determining Small Business Sizes - Group Announces...more

Closing Corporate Tax Loopholes: A Good Idea?

One of the most heated debates among Americans is whether to close the so-called corporate loopholes. However, there is wide misconception as to what exactly are “tax loopholes.” According to Eric Toder, co-director of the...more

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