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Oregon Tax Court finds taxpayer properly treated gain from stock sale and income

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The Oregon Tax Court recently ruled that gain realized from the sale of a subsidiary’s stock and income from a subsidiary holding company was properly characterized as nonbusiness income not subject to apportionment. In reaching its decision, the Tax Court applied the transactional test in determining that the sale of subsidiary stock was not inextricably mixed with the taxpayer’s business conducted in Oregon.

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