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Flinchum to Speak at The ESOP Association’s Joint Conference for the New South and Carolinas Chapters

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Mark Flinchum, a partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s ESOP Services Group, will speak at The ESOP Association’s Joint Conference for the New South and Carolinas chapters.
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Section 987 Regulations: Calculation and Elections

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As a follow up to “Section 987 Regulations: Key Considerations” and “Section 987 Regulations: Terminology Explained,” this third and final post in this series will focus on the calculation under the final regulations along with some of the potential elections that can be made related to Section 987 branch remittances.
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New U.S. Reporting Obligations Imposed on Foreign-Owned Disregarded Entities

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In December 2016, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued final regulations regarding foreign-owned domestic disregarded entities.
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State & Local Tax Update: 7/17/17

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A company's sales of a cloud-based mobile messaging service is a “telecommunication service” subject to sales and use tax. In Indiana, a sales tax is imposed on products transferred electronically only if the products meet the definition of specified digital products, pre-written computer software or telecommunication services.
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New York State & Local Tax Update: June 2017

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Purchases by a business of materials, which were installed as part of capital improvements to real property, were subject to sales and use tax.
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Section 987 Regulations: Terminology Explained

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As a follow up to our “Section 987 Regulations: Key Considerations,” this blog post will help define many of the complex terms included within these regulations. The regulations relate to the methods a taxpayer must use to account for fluctuations in the foreign currency exchange rates when they have business operations that are denominated in a functional currency different than their own.
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Trucking Towards State Tax Compliance: Should Your Company Participate in a VDA?

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Many companies struggle to determine if they have sufficient activity in a state, or nexus, to force them to file state tax returns. This can be especially difficult for transportation companies and is based largely on the question of whether driving more than a de minimis amount of miles through a state creates a tax filing obligation.
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2017 Indiana Legislative Update

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My colleagues often criticize me for what they call my “Dad humor,” or my weakness for a well (or badly) timed pun. I’ll plead guilty as charged, especially as I think about some of the challenges that faced the Indiana General Assembly this past legislative session.
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American Health Care Act Passes House, How Might It Impact You?

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On May 4, 2017 the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA) which effectively repealed the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The final legislation, however, faces an uncertain outlook.
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White House Unveils Proposed Tax Plan

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On Wednesday, April 26, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn announced President Trump’s proposed tax plan
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