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Final transition tax regulations provide certainty for taxpayers
Jan 18, 2019 | Alert
The IRS released final regulations on Jan. 16 implementing the transition tax rules enacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
Louisiana affirms sales tax on host of online third-party retailers
Jan 18, 2019 | Alert
On Dec. 27, 2018, the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal affirmed a trial court judgment finding a taxpayer liable for sales tax on transactions involving third-party retailers which were hosted by its online marketplace.
California tax ruling clarifies income classification
Jan 15, 2019 | Alert
The California Franchise Tax Board (“FTB”) recently issued a Chief Counsel Ruling determining that a taxpayer that predominantly engages in servicing mortgages is not a “financial corporation” because it does not derive more than 50% of its gross income from dealings in money or moneyed capital.
Court: Utah tax structure treatment violates foreign commerce clause
Jan 10, 2019 | Alert
In a decision released on November 27, 2018, the Utah District Court examined the constitutionality of Utah’s income tax treatment of local, interstate and foreign income earned by a business owned by Utah residents.
New Jersey tax director’s apportionment formula use ruled improper
Jan 9, 2019 | Alert
On Dec. 5, 2018, the New Jersey Tax Court ruled to strike the revised Corporation Business Tax (“CBT”) assessment issued by the director of the New Jersey Division of Taxation that proposed to use a five-factor apportionment formula for the taxpayer’s 2004-2010 tax years.
Ohio Supreme Court: No ‘use tax’ for Reds on giveaways
Jan 9, 2019 | Alert
On Nov. 21, 2018, the Ohio Supreme Court concluded that the Cincinnati Reds baseball team did not have to pay use tax on promotional giveaway items, such as bobbleheads.
Proposed rules implementing anti-hybrid provisions have broad reach
Jan 8, 2019 | Alert
The IRS recently released proposed regulations (REG-104352-18) implementing anti-hybrid provisions enacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The regulations exercise a broad grant of authority provided under Sections 267A and 245A(e) to implement far-reaching rules targeting hybrid dividends, hybrid transactions and other transactions with hybrid entities.