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By David E. Sites, Cory Perry
The IRS has appealed its loss on in the Tax Court in Medtronic, Inc. v. Commissioner to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
By Andrew Cordonnier, Jeff Borghino
In Situation 1 of the Rev. Rul., Parent owns all the stock of Distributing, which owns all the stock of Controlled. On Date 1, Parent purports to contribute $25x of property of Controlled in...
By Andrew Cordonnier, Jeff Borghino
The IRS concluded in an internal legal memorandum (ILM 201716045) that certain equity interests were properly treated as nonqualified preferred stock under Section 351(g)(2).
By Mel Schwarz, Dustin Stamper
Republicans on the Ways and Means Committee emerged from a two-day retreat pledging to work with the administration on developing a unified tax plan based on the blueprint released by...
By David Auclair, Shamik Trivedi
President Donald Trump issued an executive order (EO) on April 21 directing Treasury to review "all significant" regulations issued after Jan. 1, 2016, and recommend for modification or...
By Mel Schwarz, Eddie Adkins, Dustin Stamper, Jeff Martin, Shamik Trivedi
House Republicans pushed through their health care bill on a narrow 217 to 213 vote after weeks of difficult negotiations ...
By Mel Schwarz, Dustin Stamper, Shamik Trivedi
The Trump administration released an outline for tax reform on April 26 that includes the president's bold proposals to slash rates but leaves many of the difficult questions unanswered.
By Grant Thornton
During February and March 2017, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe signed multiple tax bills into law that make changes to the state's income; sales; property; and business, professional...
By Grant Thornton
The Texas Court of Appeals, Third District recently determined that a taxpayer was not entitled to include labor costs incurred as part of repair work to install automotive parts on customer-owned vehicles...
By Sharon Kay, Ellen Martin
The IRS issued a revenue procedure (Rev. Proc. 2017-30) on April 19 updating the comprehensive list of automatic method changes that may be made under procedures for changes in method of accounting...
By Grant Thornton
On April 10, 2017, a Tennessee chancery court granted an order arising from a joint motion by the Tennessee Department of Revenue and two parties representing impacted businesses...
By Grant Thornton
On April 10, 2017, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum signed legislation that would require certain remote sellers that do not have a physical presence in North Dakota to collect sales...
By Grant Thornton
In Elan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Director of Taxation, the New Jersey Tax Court held that certain receipts were not subject to exclusion under New Jersey's former throw-out rule.
By Michael Cronin, Adam DoVale, Jamie Yesnowitz, Chuck Jones, Lori Stolly, Priya Nair
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has adopted an administrative bright-line rule that will require out-of-state Internet vendors to collect sales or use tax if they meet certain sales and transaction thresholds.
By Matthew Melinson, Steve Carter, Mike Eickhoff, Tam Vo, Brian Szymanski, Ross Benitz, Libby Glomb
On November 8, 2016, Arkansas voters approved constitutional amendments that are intended to encourage job creation, job expansion and economic development.
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