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By Matt Roskopf
The increased use of technology has led to improved administration of retirement benefits through advancements in electronic data storage and online participant portals.
By David Auclair, Grace Kim, Andrew Cordonnier, David E. Sites, Liz Askey, Dustin Stamper, Shamik Trivedi
The Treasury Department on July 7 issued Notice 2017-38 which identifies eight regulations — including those issued under Section 385 — that could be subject to some reform, including modification...
By Mel Schwarz
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., last week made a strong commitment to permanent tax reform, splitting sharply with key Republicans who would settle for a temporary bill in order to abandon revenue neutrality.
By Mel Schwarz, Dustin Stamper
The provision is largely aimed at supporting two current construction projects that have faltered, but Senate tax writers have made no commitment to pass the bill.
By David E. Sites
The signing of the MLI represents a significant milestone for the OECD's BEPS project.
By Dustin Stamper, Mel Schwarz, Eddie Adkins, Jeff Martin, Shamik Trivedi
Senate Republicans released healthcare reform legislation on June 22 that follows the House's lead in repealing Affordable Care Act (ACA) taxes, but breaks from the House bill in several other key areas.
By Grant Thornton
On February 24, 2017, the Multistate Tax Commission adopted amendments to its Model General Allocation and Apportionment Regulations.
By Grant Thornton
The Texas Comptroller has issued a private letter ruling holding that a taxpayer providing insurance tracking/notification services to lenders was not providing taxable services.
By Grant Thornton
The Texas Court of Appeals, Fourth District, recently affirmed a District Court decision which determined that a taxpayer was not entitled to include a payment into an asbestos settlement trust fund...
By Grant Thornton
On April 26, 2017, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed the "Improving Manufacturing, Public Roads and Opportunities for a Vibrant Economy (IMPROVE) Act" or the "2017 Tax Cut Act"...
By Grant Thornton
On May 24, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed legislation authorizing and directing the Oklahoma Tax Commission to administer a tax amnesty program, termed a "Voluntary Disclosure Initiative,"...
By Grant Thornton
On April 10, 2017, New York enacted its 2017-18 budget legislation which extends the state's top personal income tax rate for an additional two years and closes several tax loopholes.
By Grant Thornton
The New Jersey Tax Court has held that the gain from a deemed asset sale was non-operational income and therefore not subject to apportionment.
By Grant Thornton
On May 3, 2017, Montana enacted legislation revising its Multistate Tax Compact (Compact) provisions, as recommended by the Multistate Tax Commission...
By Grant Thornton
On April 11, 2017, Maryland enacted the More Jobs for Marylanders Act of 2017 to promote job creation and economic growth in the state.
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