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Freeman Law
Howdy folks, and welcome back to another action-packed edition of the Texas Tax Roundup! Let's see what shocking developments in the realm of Texas tax that the month of August had in store!...
McLane Middleton, Professional Association
How can our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization avoid prohibited political campaign activity when our employees are volunteering for political campaigns and running for office?
Withers LLP
While there are many different ways to save money for education, 529 accounts are widely regarded as the best. Not surprisingly, questions about how to manage 529 accounts are an increasingly...
Freeman Law
Under certain circumstances, information technology and associated services may be subject to Texas sales and use tax. The specifics depend on how the Texas Tax Code and Texas Comptroller's rules...
Freeman Law
Most of the 50 states (and the District of Columbia) have a specific statutory regime for nonprofit corporations. Some states, such as Delaware, regulate nonprofit corporations...
Auctions can be an effective way to raise funds at your not-for-profit organization's fundraising events. However, preparing for an auction involves more than fun and game...
Adams and Reese
But wait, the tax man has a little surprise. Downtown Nashville businesses are also required to pay a 0.50% fee on most sales, in addition to sales taxes.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
Recently, Colorado's new $0.27 retail delivery fee went into effect. The fee targets all deliveries by a motor vehicle that have at least one item of taxable and...
Jones Day
As an integrated system of medicine, telehealth raises the potential for tax issues. Jones Day counsel Jennifer Waryjas explains why companies need to plan ahead and put strategies in place...
Venable LLP
Every so often something new and different comes along in the world of state and local tax that does not fit within the existing conceptual frameworks and rules. For example, the delivery...
Adams and Reese
In 2020, the August sales tax holiday allowed Tennesseans to enjoy food and drinks at their favorite restaurant - without paying sales tax.
Taft Stettinius & Hollister
The Indiana General Assembly has been called into Special Session beginning on July 25 to legislate on matters of inflation relief and abortion.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
As the IRS ponders its approach to taxing cryptocurrency and NFTs, states are increasingly imposing taxes on some digital asset transactions, including the use of cryptocurrencies...
Ward and Smith, P.A.
Generally speaking, the Internal Revenue Code imposes a transfer tax at each family generation. If an asset passes from a parent to a child and then from the child to a grandchild...
Harris Beach
Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts, or "SLATs," may be the ideal vehicle for clients interested in pursuing wealth-transfer tax planning. A SLAT is an irrevocable trust created by one spouse...
Withers LLP
As recently reported in the art press, the New York Tax Appeals Tribunal issued a decision earlier this year on the tax treatment of entities that enter into art leasing transactions.
Freeman Law
Hiya folks, and welcome back to another gripping installment of the Texas Tax Roundup.
Freeman Law
The Texas Third Court of Appeals held that a taxpayer may self-assess and pay tax under protest for subsequent periods after the filing of a protest suit and include those periods in the suit by amending the petition.
Dinsmore & Shohl
On Jan. 1, 2023, comprehensive tax legislation will take effect in Kentucky, potentially reducing Kentucky's personal income tax in an effort to promote economic growth.
Lowenstein Sandler
On this episode of "Splitting Heirs," Warren K. Racusin is joined by Tracy A. Snow, counsel in Lowenstein's Trusts & Estates practice, and Richard Schmalbeck, Professor of Law at Duke University...
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