Friday, November 4, 2011

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

Rusty Little

In case you missed them, the following is a summary of a few key state tax developments, news articles, and observations during the past week:
  • Simon Property Group sues Indiana over e-commerce sales tax – from Bloomberg Businessweek
  • Here's the latest on the Enzi-Alexander sales tax bill (the 3rd online sales tax bill) – from CBS News
  • New York Public Employees Federation agrees to wage and benefits concessions. 37 of the 42 New York Department of Taxation and Finance attorneys were to be laid off which would have greatly affected many functions in the Department of Taxation including petitions for advisory opinions - from the New York Times
  • Colorado Voters Reject Income and Sales Tax Increase – from the Denver Post
  • Illinois H.B. 3869 is introduced to repeal click-through nexus law – from Illinois Representative Dave Winters
  • More taxpayers are now eligible for North Carolina VDA program and lookback period changed from 4 years to 3 years – from NCDOR
  • Ohio proposed rule on amnesty payment plan is revised – from CCH
  • Rhode Island Proposed Reg CT 11-15 requires proforma combined reporting disclosure (even though Rhode Island is separate return state) – from CCH
  • Texas: Constitutional challenge to franchise tax filed – from CCH

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