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On May 14, 2021, the House Finance Committee passed HB21-1311 and HB21-1312, but not without noteworthy amendments changing certain aspects of both bills.

HB21-1311, as introduced, would have repealed Colorado’s unique “3 of 6” test for determining C corporations that can be included in a combined report, and required “members of a unitary business” to

Colorado House Bill No. HB21-1311

On May 10, 2021, Colorado House Bill No. HB21-1311 was introduced, which if enacted would make sweeping changes to Colorado’s unique combined reporting regime.  Specifically, for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2022, the bill would repeal the states’s unique “3 of 6” test for determining C corporations

The New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, affirmed a New York City Tax Appeals Tribunal decision regarding the proper method for calculating a corporation’s receipts factor for General Corporation Tax purposes.  The corporation offered a subscription-based service that allowed its clients access to experts and consultants in a broad variety of disciplines, and access

The New York Commissioner of Taxation and Finance issued an Advisory Opinion explaining that a petitioner’s service that allows customers to access its database and run reports of the customers’ data is not subject to sales tax.  The petitioner enters into agreements with customers to maintain their fleet of vehicles, and the petitioner compiles data

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo released his Fiscal Year 2022 budget and accompanying legislation on January 19, 2021 (the Budget Bill). In this webcast, Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Ted Friedman, Michael Hilkin and Chelsea Marmor analyze the state tax implications of the Budget Bill, along with recent New York litigation developments and Department of Taxation and

On January 6, 2021, the Court of Appeals of New Mexico held that a power purchase agreement (PPA), entered into by a wholesale electricity generator to secure compensation in exchange for providing electricity, constituted intangible property that is not subject to property taxation and cannot be included in the value of the wholesaler’s electric plant

The New York Division of Tax Appeals (DTA) recently issued order that highlights the unique discovery rules that apply in the litigation of New York tax matters. These rules differ substantially from other states that offer more expansive discovery options when taxpayers appeal state tax assessments or denials of refund claims.

On Sept. 3, 2020