Bloomberg Tax & Accounting is partnering with an expert panel from the Council On State Taxation (COST) to examine 2021’s most significant state and local tax cases and noteworthy pending controversies to watch out for in the future. This webinar will cover recent litigation trends and important corporate income and transaction tax cases.
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting is partnering with an expert panel from the Council On State Taxation (COST) to review the biggest state tax trends and changes so far in 2021, and hear about what to expect during the remainder of the year. This webinar will cover recent legislative state tax changes, including state reactions to…
This webinar will take a closer look at the recent trends in state corporate income taxation, analyze the survey results in these areas, and provide a discussion on recent changes in states’ taxation of corporations.
As states confront budget shortfalls, new sales taxes are likely – increasing the compliance burden for businesses. Hear from experts from the Council On State Taxation on structural flaws in state sales tax systems and potential reforms that could improve fairness.
Tax law changes such as the CARES Act and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are causing serious complications for financial reporting. Understand the consequences of revalued tax assets and liabilities with our report, Anatomy of a Material Weakness: Did the CARES Act Trigger a Material Weakness in Your Financial Reporting?
For 20 years, Bloomberg Tax’s Survey of State Tax Departments has clarified each state’s position on the gray areas related to the income taxation of corporations and pass-through entities as well as sales and use taxation, with an emphasis on nexus policies. We’ve compiled an exclusive summary of the survey, which you can download.
For the 20th consecutive year, Bloomberg Tax has sought to clarify each state’s position on nexus by sending their annual Survey of State Tax Departments to senior state tax department officials in the District of Columbia, New York City, and the 46 states that impose a corporate income tax.
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