Friday, August 26, 2011

State Tax Alerts - This Week's Stories Worth a Second Look

Rusty Little

A few state tax developments, blog posts, news articles, and observations from the past week:
  • Surprise, Surprise, Surprise . . . state tax auditors are looking at your company website - Avoid surprises!
  • Indiana Tax Court Issues Interesting Opinion on Sourcing of “Dock Sales” - from Tax Executives Institute's Daniel De Jong
  • Ohio's consumer use tax amnesty program begins Oct 1, 2011 - click here for the details
  • New York is the 48th state to do this:  Cuomo Signs Mobility Law for New York CPAs - from Accounting Today 
  • IRS to roll-out fingerprinting process for preparer registration program - From CPA Letter Daily 
  • Momentum grows to swap income tax for sales tax in states - from the Kansas City Star 
  • States Pursue Sales Tax Revenue Vanishing Into Computing Cloud - from Bloomberg
  • Bloomberg to acquire BNA for $990 million - from Washington Post
  • H&R Block to sell RSM McGladrey back to McGladrey & Pullen - from Boston Business Journal

Reminder - Dow Lohnes Price launched its new website design this week at  Check it out when you have a minute.

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