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By Mike Eickhoff, Steve Carter, Brian Szymanski, Tam Vo, Ross Benitz, Laura Gourley
On Sept. 18, 2017, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation which reinstates the Economic Development for a Growing Economy Tax Credit Program and extends the sunset date to June 30, 2022.
By Michael Boykin, Dana Lance, Mark Danbom, Jamie Yesnowitz, Chuck Jones, Lori Stolly, Priya Nair
The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) recently issued a Chief Counsel Ruling clarifying the sourcing of sales from non-marketing services under the state's market-based sourcing rules.
By Dustin Stamper, Shamik Trivedi
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky, is pushing a last-minute effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by forcing a vote this week on a bill (H.R. 1628) from...
By David Auclair, Shamik Trivedi
The IRS has offered a package of administrative relief for taxpayers affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
By David E. Sites, Cory Perry
On Sept. 7 and 12, respectively, FinCEN announced that Hurricane Harvey victims in affected areas of Texas, and Hurricane Irma victims in affected areas of the U.S. Virgin Islands...
By Jeff Borghino, Andrew Cordonnier
The IRS concluded in a technical advice memorandum (TAM 201737011), released on Sept. 15, 2017, that transfers of stock did not result in losses recognized by the respective taxpayers.
By Grant Thornton
The framework represents a general agreement between the Trump Administration and House and Senate Republican leadership on the major pillars of tax reform.
By Jeff Borghino, Andrew Cordonnier
The IRS issued proposed regulations (REG-125734-16) that provide guidance related to registration-required obligations that are registered in form.
By Eddie Adkins, Jeff Martin
In Hann v. U.S., 120 AFTR 2d 2017-5518 (2017), the taxpayer, an individual, exercised stock options in his employer's stock that were immediately sold after the exercise as part of an initial...
By Eddie Adkins, Jeff Martin
To facilitate the payment of benefits from a defined benefit pension plan partly in the form of an annuity and partly as a single sum, Treasury and the IRS amended the regulations under Section 417(e)...
By Eddie Adkins, Jeff Martin
Section 162(m) limits a public corporation's deduction for a taxable year for compensation paid to certain executives to $1 million for each executive.
By Dustin Stamper, Shamik Trivedi
Top Senate Budget Committee members announced an agreement last week to write a budget that accommodates large tax cuts.
By David Auclair, Liz Askey, Shamik Trivedi
In 2015, Congress amended the due dates by which businesses must file tax returns, effective for tax years beginning after Dec. 31, 2015.
By Grant Thornton
Over the past two months, the City of Seattle has approved two new taxes.
By Grant Thornton
On July 7, 2017, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation that will require remote sellers, marketplace facilitators, and referrers to collect and remit sales or use tax, or alternatively comply with...
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