This article discusses some procedural and administrative quirks that have emerged with the new tax legislative, regulatory, and procedural guidance related to COVID-19.
To promote nationwide consistency, the AICPA encourages states’ adoption of the MTC model statute that conforms to the new federal partnership audit regime.
This item summarizes some of the important changes impacting the New Jersey corporation business tax and when these changes took effect or will become effective.
Broad state adoption of the model statute developed by the AICPA in partnership with other major stakeholders will provide greater uniformity and increased compliance.
This item discusses new trends in states’ conformity with or decoupling from Sec. 965.
State are weighing the many consequences of federal tax reform.
California recently revamped its state tax agency system and the associated tax appeals process.
This item offers an overview of certain provisions in the regulations that could have state corporate income tax consequences.
The state of Nevada cannot apply Nevada law to award damages against the California Franchise Tax Board that are greater than it could award against a Nevada state agency in similar circumstances, the U.S. Supreme Court held.
The South Carolina Department of Revenue is providing affected taxpayers a year of credit monitoring after a hacker stole information including 3.6 million Social Security numbers and 387,000 credit and debit card numbers from its computer systems.
An increasing number of states have enacted or proposed combined reporting requirements for related entities involved in a unitary business, creating increased compliance burdens for taxpayers and administrative challenges for state tax agencies.
This article discusses common issues in state sales tax audits and gives tips and best practices for each part of an audit life cycle.
The varying rules for withholding can create a compliance nightmare for multistate partnerships with a large number of partners.
The use of mandatory unitary combined reporting has become increasingly popular among states in recent years, driven by state budgetary shortfalls and the perceived distortion of taxable income by multistate corporations filing separate company reports.