State & Local Tax

Supreme Court Holds Challenge to Colorado Reporting Requirements Can Go Forward

Reversing the Tenth Circuit, the Supreme Court held that the Tax Injunction Act did not bar a suit that sought to enjoin the state of Colorado from enforcing a law requiring out-of-state sellers to notify Colorado customers of their use tax liability for purchases and report tax-related information about the purchases to the customers and the Colorado Department of Revenue.

New York’s Tax Reform and Its Impact on Small Business

The New York executive budget legislation for fiscal year 2014–2015 was signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on March 31, 2014. What impact does New York's tax reform have on smaller, nonbanking businesses? And what is the impact on smaller businesses primarily located outside New York state?

Unclaimed Property: Current Issues and Trends

To reduce the odds of an unwelcome surprise in the form of a hefty abandoned or unclaimed property assessment, companies need to stay on top of the latest AUP issues, including court challenges and legislative developments.

The Next Debate: Taxation of Digital Goods and Services

With states looking for ways to increase revenue, a natural source may be the burgeoning area of digital goods and services. It is reasonable to ask, therefore, how states apply their sales and use tax provisions to these digital goods and services.

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Get your clients ready for tax season

With the extended 2017 tax filing season drawing to a close, now is the time to get your practice and your clients ready for the 2018 season.

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2016 Best Article Award

The winners of The Tax Adviser’s 2016 Best Article Award are Edward Schnee, CPA, Ph.D., and W. Eugene Seago, J.D., Ph.D., for their article, “Taxation of Worthless and Abandoned Partnership Interests.”