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Taxpayers Cannot Sue Out-of-State Taxing Authorities In Local Courts
The Respondent in the case, Gilbert Hyatt, was a California resident who moved to Nevada.
United States
21 May 2019
The Case For and Against REITs -- Tax-Advantaged Entities, Tax Shelters, or Inept Legislative Drafting?
The use of real estate investment trusts, or "REITs," has increasingly become a point of controversy between state taxpayers and state tax administrators.
United States
23 Nov 2005
Stop the Shenanigans or Iíll Shoot ó Tax Reform Texas Style
It stands to be quite an interesting year in Texas taxation. In late November 2004 a Texas district court judge in Austin declared the Texas public school finance system unconstitutional and enjoined the State from funding public schools, but stayed the injunction until October 1, 2005 to give the Legislature time to attempt to fix the tax system.
United States
1 Feb 2005
You Canít Have Your Cake and eat it too ó Maryland Holding Company Settlement Program Nets $198.7 Million; Comptroller Bemoans Money Left on the Table
Maryland Comptroller William Donald Schaefer recently reported that the intangible property management company settlement program netted $198.7 million, but the State had to forgo about $306 million that the Comptroller believes he would have collected sooner or later.
United States
31 Jan 2005
New York Supreme Court Rules Against Sherwin-Williams
In Sherwin-Williams Co. v. Tax Appeals Tribunal of the Department of Taxation and Finance of the State of New York, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court ruled against Sherwin-Williams, affirming the order of the lower court that Sherwin-Williams was required to file a combined New York corporate franchise tax report with its Delaware-based intangible property holding companies.
United States
11 Jan 2005
"I Tax Dead People" - Texas Court of Appeals Holds That Prepaid Funeral Benefits Trustsí Earnings Derived From Out-of-State Investments Are Included in Texas Gross Receipts
The 3rd District of the Texas Court of Appeals has held that earnings from investments in outof- state investment vehicles are Texas gross receipts for the earned surplus component of the Texas franchise tax if such investments are made through Texas grantor trusts.
United States
9 Sep 2004
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