This week I started curating state tax and business developments from a variety of sources into one spot, the LEVERAGE SALT LinkedIn group. Many people have contacted me and said they find it very useful. So I will continue to do so by posting a state tax update blog post every week. To clarify, I will post state tax and business developments daily to the LEVERAGE SALT LinkedIn group. Every week (maybe more than once a week) I will write a blog post summarizing those developments that I posted to the LEVERAGE SALT LinkedIn group with links to the posts.
The following are state tax and business developments I have curated since July 18th, and posted in the LEVERAGE SALT LinkedIn group:
Internet Access Exempt from Washington Sales Tax
Washington B&O Tax Extends to Speculative Builders
Do you owe TN sales tax on cloud-based software?
Will federal tax reform make state tax nexus even more important?
The ImpACT of the Tennessee IMPROVE Act
Summary of Illinois Income Tax and Sales Tax Changes from P.A. 100-0022
Illinois Withholding Tax Rate and Personal Exemption Amount Changes
Illinois Income Tax Increase Guidance - Detailed Instructions For Filing Your 2016 Illinois Income Tax Return and 2017 Estimated Payments
Incentives Watch: ‘Back to School, Back to School’ in Georgia—Scholarship Tax Credits Have Been Ruled Legal, Too
Indiana – Gain from subsidiary sale is nonbusiness income; interest expense allowed for payments accrued but not paid
FREE WEBINAR TODAY: Legislative and Taxation Updates in Communications and Cloud Industries
Advancing Your Investment Opportunity through NMTC, HTC, and Traditional Incentives
What Did the Washington State Legislature Do to Us This Time?
Personal Property Tax Audits and Appeals – Coast to Coast
2017 Louisiana Legislative Session Recap
Conferences: Not Lobbying Free-for-alls
Hawaii Revises Government Ethics Laws
State Rundown 7/19: Handful of States Still Have Their Hands Full with Tax and Budget Debates
States in crisis: Embroiled in the worst budget battles since the Great Recession
America's Top States for Business 2017: The full list
On the move: Biggest winners and losers in states' battle to lure corporations, jobs
Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup
The National Center for the Middle Market’s Q2 ‘17 Middle Market Indicator
Starbucks, Anthem Awarded Slice of $7M in Nevada Tax Relief
Investment Entities Owning Property Purchased Outside the United States Face Double Taxation Under Amended New York Law
DuPont Mostly Prevails in $800K Indiana Income Tax Case
The Impact of Federal Tax Changes on States
Unfair Apportionment: Consider the Alternatives | Tax Executive
Kentucky:Amazon Delivers $1.5-Billion Package to Kentucky | Site Selection Magazine
California: Innovation Works | Site Selection Magazine
Indiana: Indiana Claims Factory Belt Title | Site Selection Magazine
Iowa: How to Make $3 Billion | Site Selection Magazine
Iowa: A Complete Business Cycle | Site Selection Magazine
Manufacturing Innovation Center To Open in ’17 | Site Selection Magazine
Minnesota: North Star Manufacturers ‘Optimistic’ | Site Selection Magazine
New England: Punching Above Their Weight | Site Selection Magazine
Tennessee Grants and Tax Credits
Seattle City Council Passed Legislation Imposing a 2.25% Income Tax on Select Residents
How High Are Individual Income Tax Collections in Your State?
Potential state tax consequences of federal corporate tax reform | Deloitte US
The DC qualified high-technology company program: Recent developments
California Chief Counsel Ruling on the Application of Market-Based Sourcing Rules to Non-Marketing Services
Michigan Department of Treasury Discusses Implications of Concluded Multistate Tax Compact Election Litigation
Texas Comptroller Discusses Policy Changes Regarding Temporary Credit for Business Loss Carryforwards
Connecticut Department of Revenue Services Apparently Enforcing Economic Nexus Standard on Some Remote Sellers
Georgia Department of Revenue Amends Administrative Rule on Manufacturing Exemption
The above represents 'general curating' of state tax developments into one spot. If you still feel overwhelmed by the volume of state tax developments, please consider my 'custom curating' service. Meaning, clients hire LS to daily curate state tax developments relating to a specific industry, state(s), tax type and issue. You can make it as granular as you prefer. Clients hire LS to curate information for multiple specific items on a daily basis. This service is provided on a subscription basis.