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January 31, 2019 Article 20 min read
What’s new in state and local tax? Here are a few updates on activities within Colorado, Michigan, New York, and more. 

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  • Sales and use tax emergency nexus and sourcing regulations readopted


  • Bulletin informing about Fast Track Resolution (FTR) pilot program issued


  • Sales and use tax bulletin providing definition of and guidance to remote sellers issued


  • Alternative apportionment procedures explained
  • Department authorized to apply state refunds to city income tax liabilities


  • Nebraska issues IRC §965 transition tax guidance

New Jersey

  • Guidance issued on treatment of foreign income
  • Personal income tax Q&A issued on application of IRC §965 and §951A to state gross income
  • Included and excluded business entities in combined groups discussed

New York

  • State decouples from certain personal income tax Internal Revenue Code changes
  • New York economic nexus provisions effective


  • Pennsylvania adopts sales tax economic nexus standard
  • Pennsylvania measures sales and use tax economic nexus sales threshold by calendar year


  • Taxpayer allowed to apportion tax liability as it was incorporated in another state


  • Sales and use tax economic nexus rules for remote sellers issued


  • Economic nexus thresholds announced

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