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Viewpoint: Alabamians get another reason to fund tax-credit scholarships

With the Dec. 22 enactment of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, many Alabamians and companies doing business in our state should see a reduction in their 2018 federal income tax bills but, somewhat surprisingly, an increase...more

“Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”

The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” has passed both chambers of Congress and is expected to be signed by President Trump soon. Details of the final agreement among House and Senate Republicans include rate cuts for “C” corporations,...more

High-Level Summary of Conference Committee Version of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” as Filed

Details of a final agreement among House and Senate Republicans emerged last week -- including rate cuts for “C” corporations, individuals and pass-through businesses. Here’s a summary of what the conferees have agreed to,...more

Recent Rulings on “Family Limited Liability Entity” Election Create Traps for the Unwary

Although every LLC, limited partnership or other pass-through entity doing business in Alabama, and even those simply organized under Alabama law, are subject to an annual business privilege tax (BPT), certain entities can...more

ADOR Proposes Substantial Rule Change For Partnerships

The ADOR has proposed a number of amendments to its rule governing the filing of partnership tax returns, Form 65. The new rule, as proposed, inserts language conforming with Alabama’s recently enacted “factor presence nexus”...more

Several Key Business Associations Announce 2016 Tax Legislative Agendas

In preparation for the 2016 regular session, which begins on February 2, several of Alabama's key trade and business organizations recently announced their tax legislative agendas. As reflected in these agendas, the 2016...more

Alabama Tax Developments – 2015 Year in Review

This SALT Alert summarizes many of the major legislative, judicial, and administrative developments affecting Alabama business taxpayers with respect to income, transactional, and property taxes. The Spring 2015 legislative...more

Year-End Tax Planning and Expanded Scholarship Tax Credits

The Alabama Accountability Act of 2013 (the “Act”) provides state income tax credits to certain donors who make contributions to a state-approved scholarship granting organization (SGO) operating within Alabama. The Act was...more

Special Session Ends with Handful of Noteworthy Tax Bills, Predictions for Next Special Session

The first Special Session of 2015 ended on Tuesday, August 11, without accomplishing the primary objective of passing a General Fund budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The Governor’s “call” for the special session included...more

Possible Impact on Alabama Taxpayers: Michigan Supreme Court Rules that IBM Entitled to Use Multistate Tax Compact Election

In International Business Machines Corp. v. Department of Treasury, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that IBM was entitled to apportion its business income for purposes of the Michigan Business Tax (“MBT”) using the...more

State Supreme Court Grants Cert. Petition in Alternative Apportionment Appeal

On January 10, the Mississippi Supreme Court granted the Mississippi Department of Revenue’s (MDOR) petition for certiorari to review the Court of Appeals’ holding that the MDOR has the burden of proving that the use of an...more

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