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How the enactment of so-called "Amazon" or "affiliate nexus" laws may provide states with more sales tax collectors.
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About a dozen individual income tax provisions have expired or are expiring in the near future. What should be their fate?
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In 2010, the IRS added "registered tax return preparers" to Circular 230's reach and in early 2011, created even more paid preparer categories.
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Will the touted benefits of the Marketplace Fairness Act materialize?
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Why did IRS's program to regulate all return preparers hit a brick wall in February?
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A recent West Virginia case is a reminder that the use of intangibles in a state does not automatically lead to a finding of income tax nexus.
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More and more clients own or use virtual currency. Here are the possible tax consequences practitioners need to know.
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A few legislative changes effective for 2013, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court’s DOMA decision, may cause many individuals to wonder what their 2013 tax rate is.
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What would you tell the Senate Finance Committee at a hearing on tax reform and incentives for innovation?
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In 2011, many rules of our federal tax system revert back to their 2001 version. Do you remember what those old rules were?
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