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In April 2009, the IRS released its new five-year strategic plan. What might it mean for corporate taxpayers and their tax advisers?
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Will the lower tax rates promised as part of revenue-neutral tax reform be “paid for” with mostly temporary or permanent changes?
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Will the touted benefits of the Marketplace Fairness Act materialize?
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A tax that looks like both a sales tax and an income tax is bound to raise interesting legal issues.
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As practitioners continue to review and apply tax provisions from the 2007 and 2008 stimulus and relief acts, yet another set of provisions has been enacted.
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A recent New Jersey case illustrates a tax issue faced by software businesses.
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If uniformity in state income taxation is the best way to avoid over-taxation of state income, why has it been so difficult to achieve?
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A recent law change in New York highlights the challenges of operating our sales tax system in today’s e-commerce business model.
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How the itemized deduction for state and local taxes could survive upcoming efforts to reform AMT and our tax system. Are you up to speed?
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Illustrating the effect of tax reform proposals can help practitioners explain the proposals to their clients.
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