Judy Vorndran heads to Boulder, Colo., on Wednesday, April 25 to present Federal Tax Reform and its impact on State and Local Taxes to members of the Boulder Bar Association.
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A number of states have moved rapidly to respond to federal tax reform with measures.
IRS announces rollout of five large business and international compliance campaigns.
The U.S. Solicitor General Noel Francisco says he will get his time before the U.S. Supreme Court to voice support of South Dakota in upcoming oral arguments in South Dakota v. Wayfair (Wayfair). If the Supremes agree, states could receive the green light to require the collection of sales and/or use tax from internet sellers.
Capital intensive companies can see significant tax savings from the liberalization of Sec. 179 expensing elections and temporary 100% bonus depreciation provisions.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act gives a deduction based on a noncorporate owner’s qualified business income (QBI). It’s available to individuals who own interests in pass-through business entities.
The new tax legislation is not the end of needed tax reform. There remains more work to be done on the U.S. tax code.