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Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume VIII, Issue 48

In this issue: - SEC Proposes Rules for “Regulation A+” Offerings - NFA Notifies Members of FinCEN Advisory - SEC Announces Enforcement Results for 2013 - Delaware Chancery Reviews Privilege for...more

UK House of Lords EU Committee Report on European Commission’s Financial Transaction Tax Proposals

On December 10, the UK House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs published a follow-up report to its March 2012 report on the European Commission’s proposals for a financial transaction tax (FTT)....more

The City of Philadelphia Passes Two Bills Affecting Taxes on Nonprofits

The City of Philadelphia (the “City”) recently adopted two bills related to the revenue the City generates from nonprofit organizations. In its summary statement on tax reform regarding nonprofits, the City states that these...more

Tax Storm Clouds on the Horizon

There is a storm on the horizon for providers of cloud-based services as states determine whether and how to tax these services. Service providers should act now to anticipate upcoming tax issues for their particular...more

No More “No Harm, No Foul” When It Comes To IRS Penalties

As the budget crisis has unfolded, the tax community has been predicting that the IRS would get aggressive about imposing penalties in order to raise more revenue. And we are starting to see just that happen. The IRS has...more

In Time of Austerity, President’s 2014 Budget Prioritizes Clean Energy Funding

After two months of delay, the Obama Administration released its proposed 2014 budget on April 10. The 244-page document outlines the President’s spending priorities for the coming fiscal year. The proposal calls for $1...more

Investing In Georgia: Economic Development Newsletter - February 2013

In This Issue: Welcome to King & Spalding's economic development news bulletin,Investing in Georgia. In this edition, you will find: - An overview of the sequester, debt ceilings, continuing resolutions to fund...more

N.J. Appears Set to Become 3rd U.S. State to Legalize Online Gaming

New Jersey is poised to become the third state in the country to legalize online gaming. Today, Gov. Chris Christie (R) sent the state iGaming bill back to the legislature requesting some minor changes and indicated that he...more

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