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State & local tax advisor: August 2016

August 29, 2016 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Curtis Ruppal Mike Merkel Ron Cook
What's new in state and local tax? Here are a few updates within Alabama, California, the District of Columbia, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Topics in this issue include:

Alabama

  • Income tax deduction rule replaced
  • CaliforniaFranchise tax board addresses economic nexus and sales factor issues

District of Columbia

  • Corporation franchise tax due date changed, rate reduction mechanism extended, hospital fees enacted and more

Michigan

  • Appellate court rules IBM may use MTC formula for 2008 taxes

Missouri

  • Sales and use taxation of delivery charges discussed

New Hampshire

  • Guidance issued on how to report the sale or exchange of an interest in a business organization

North Dakota

  • Adopts sales factor weighting election rules, revises, repeals other rules

Ohio

  • Sales and use tax guidance on nexus standards updated

Pennsylvania

  • Sales and use tax on downloads, refund for data centers, exemptions, and more enacted

Virginia

  • Department of taxation discusses tax consequences of purchasing and selling software

Wisconsin

  • Corporate and partnership return due dates, other topics discussed

Read the full August 2016 SALT advisor >>

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