I have been extremely busy with work and managing a move from Virginia to Nashville, TN. We bought a fixer-upper on 16 acres near Nashville and are set to close on the sale of our house in Virginia in June. We will be physically and permanently in the Nashville area in June. Can't wait. Because of the multitude of tasks involved in moving, I haven't had the time to blog as much. I hope you understand.
Note: if you are located in the Nashville area, please contact me or connect with me on LinkedIn. If you are ever in the area for work or attend the Paul J. Hartman State and Local Tax Forum in October, let me know.
I have however, posted several things in the LEVERAGE SALT LinkedIn group that you may find interesting, if you haven't seen them.
State Rundown 4/21: Scraping the Bottom of the Revenue Barrel
90 Reasons We Need State Corporate Tax Reform? - Interesting.
State Rundown 5/6: Energy Boom Goes Bust
Iowa Tax Reform Options: Building a Tax System for the 21st Century
Oregon Initiative Petition 28: The Threat to Oregon’s Tax Climate
Graduated Income Tax Amendment Stalls In Illinois House
2016 State Tax Amnesty Programs (According to COST)
COST Issues Comments on Georgia's Waiver of Interest Provision
TEI Issues Policy Statement on Statutes of Limitation for State and Local Taxes
TEI Holds Liaison Meeting with the Illinois Department of Revenue
New Jersey Can Strike Blow Against Tax Havens
If Everyone Is a Tax Haven, No One Is
Unclaimed Property Litigation Update – Spring 2016
Pennsylvania Illustrated: A Visual Guide to Taxes & The Economy
I hope you find something useful from the links provided. If you do, please drop me a line and let me know. Also, send me a topic or question you would like me to cover in a future blog post.
I started the LEVERAGE SALT LinkedIn group to encourage interaction. To be honest, there really isn't much interaction on LinkedIn. It appears to be more of a bullhorn than true conversation. I know we are extremely busy and don't have time to wander the halls of LinkedIn. But I challenge you to start a conversation. Let's really talk.