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In this episode of the SALT Shaker Podcast policy series, Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Michele Borens and Samantha Trencs join Partner Nikki Dobay to discuss all things marketplace. They discuss recent marketplace legislation, other developments and state guidance (or lack thereof) and associated compliance challenges.

The Eversheds Sutherland State and Local Tax team has been engaged

On April 7, 2021, Virginia H.B. 1800 was passed by the Virginia General Assembly. Included in the Budget Bill was a one-time combined unitary return reporting requirement (“Reporting Requirement”) that is intended to allow the Virginia Department of Taxation (“Department”) the ability to study the tax impact of combined reporting. Specifically, corporations that are subject

State legislators have been actively proposing state tax legislation. In this webcast, Partners Jeff Friedman and Michele Borens provide an update on the latest legislative proposals across the country that will impact marketplace facilitators and sellers with Associate Sam Trencs.

Listen to the full webcast here, or view the presentation slides here.

On October 7, 2020, the Massachusetts Appeals Court held that a taxpayer’s deduction for payment of the Indiana utility receipts tax (“URT”) was permitted for Massachusetts corporate income tax purposes. The taxpayer who was engaged in natural gas distribution operations in Massachusetts and other states, claimed a deduction for the URT it paid to Indiana

This is episode two of our two-part podcast series based upon our webcast addressing SALT Issues Related to Worker Classification and Teleworking. In this marketplace podcast, we discuss SALT issues that teleworking may create for marketplaces with various business models, and provide tips on how to best position your business for the new normal of

This is episode one of a two part podcast series based upon our webcast addressing  SALT Issues Related to Worker Classification and Teleworking. In this marketplace podcast, we discuss ongoing worker classification disputes in California, as well as other states, and the SALT implications resulting from those disputes. In the next episode, we will 

In Indiana Department of Revenue Letter of Findings No. 02-20191221 (Dated June 3, 2020, published August 26, 2020), the Department concluded there was a lack of a unitary business relationship between an out-of-state holding company and a partnership that operated gas stations within the state. The Department held that the holding company could not show

September 10, 2020 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. PDT

In this marketplace webcast, we will discuss ongoing worker classification disputes in California, as well as other states, and the SALT implications resulting from those disputes. We will also discuss SALT issues that teleworking may create for marketplaces with various business models, and provide tips on

Several California localities filed a complaint alleging that PG&E willfully miscalculated the electricity user’s tax (“Electricity Tax”) causing harm to the cities, their employees and public services. California cities and counties impose Electricity Tax on a percentage of charges for electricity used within the city. For example, the City of Sacramento imposes an Electricity Tax

In this episode we discuss the top ten issues that should be considered when evaluating and implementing marketplace collection laws. It is excerpted from the third in our series of webcasts on marketplaces. In the prior two webcasts, we talked about marketplace collection legislative changes in the first one and the marketplace litigation cases and