This item describes state tax incentives available to businesses that operate data centers, including those used for cryptoasset “mining.”
State & Local Tax (SALT)
The US Supreme Court declined to allow New Hampshire to sue Massachusetts over a pandemic-related regulation that allows Massachusetts to continue to collect state income tax from remote workers who normally work in Massachusetts.
As amended, Administrative Rule Section 3.591, Margin: Apportionment, significantly revises the rules for sourcing receipts to Texas, and almost all taxpayers, particularly those engaged in service industries, will be affected by the changes.
With new nexus rules, many retailers and other businesses are now facing an array of Illinois tax collection scenarios that may challenge their existing tax compliance systems.
This item discusses major changes in New Mexico's corporate income tax and gross receipts tax regime.
Passthrough owners must consider many risks and uncertainties, in addition to political trends on Capitol Hill, before opting into a state-level regime designed to bypass the $10,000 SALT deduction cap created by the TCJA.
Certain jurisdictions introduced bills that would impose new taxes on revenues from digital advertising or expand the state sales tax base to include sales of digital advertising.
This item discusses the difference between statutory residency and domiciliary residency and how both can affect personal income taxes.
The total tax owed by a trust can be significantly affected by the location of grantors, beneficiaries, trustees, and even trust assets.
The resolution creates the possibility that mobile workforce legislation, which the AICPA strongly supports, will be enacted this year.
The use of P-cards, which likely increased during the coronavirus pandemic, can create unexpected challenges, including potential exposure to sales and use tax.
While the impact of lost wages and retail receipts was felt almost immediately in city coffers, property assessments are only now starting to take effect — and most assessors have massive budget holes to fill.
Businesses with employees working remotely in a new location as a result of the pandemic should carefully evaluate the rules in those states to ensure proper withholding.
In the time of COVID-19, where employers may increasingly turn to equity compensation to save on cash compensation expenses and employees are increasingly mobile, there is increased risk for employers.
The American Rescue Plan Act’s $350 billion in “fiscal recovery” aid to states comes with a big string attached — the states may not use the money to offset new tax credits or other revenue reductions.
Lack of protections for smaller internet sellers against state-by-state income tax assessments could threaten their very survival.
The Senate voted to make room in the FY 2021 budget resolution for mobile workforce legislation. Details of the budget still must be negotiated, but the vote creates the possibility that mobile workforce legislation, which the AICPA strongly supports, will be enacted this year.
This item examines the complex approaches used by Colorado, Maryland, and Oregon to adopt the IRC on a rolling basis.
This discussion outlines the basics of sales and use tax and transfer pricing, considers how intercompany transfer pricing may unintentionally lead to sales tax exposure, and offers steps to avoid audit assessments and penalties.
The IRS provided guidance regarding limitations on the deductibility of charitable contributions made in exchange for state and local tax credits.