In this episode of the SALT Shaker Podcast, host and Eversheds Sutherland Associate Jeremy Gove is joined by Associate Annie Rothschild to discuss some noteworthy developments in the proposed amendments to California’s market-sourcing regulations. They highlight changes to the regulations that Annie discusses at length in a recent Tax Notes State article.

They conclude

In this installment of A Pinch of SALT for Tax Notes State, Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Eric Coffill and Annie Rothschild review the Franchise Tax Board’s proposed amendments to California’s market-based sourcing regulation, including its conception and eight important changes to watch as it moves through the approval process.

Read the full article here.

Today, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed budget trailer bill SB 113, allowing taxpayers to again fully utilize business tax credits, like the R&D credit, and net operating loss deductions for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2022. For tax years 2020 to 2022, AB 85 (enacted in 2020), limited the amount of

Introduced this week, California AB 87 implements Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget plan to allow taxpayers to again fully utilize business tax credits, like the R&D credit, and net operating loss deductions in 2022 (see our previous coverage on Governor Newsom’s proposed budget here).  For tax years 2020 to 2022, AB 85 (enacted in

On January 10, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued his proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Of interest to business taxpayers, the proposal would allow taxpayers to again fully utilize business tax credits, like the R&D credit, and net operating loss deductions in 2022. For tax years 2020 to 2022, AB 85 (enacted in 2020),

On January 5, members of the California Assembly introduced Assembly Constitutional Amendment (ACA) 11. The bill would impose both a new excise tax and a new payroll tax, and increase personal income tax rates to fund universal single-payer health care coverage and a health care cost control system for state residents. These new taxes

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) revised its revised Publication 109, Internet Sales to add information relating to local sales taxes. Updated Publication 109 clarifies that online retailers are required to allocate sales among local jurisdictions, either directly or through a “countywide pool.” California generally imposes a 7.25% sales tax (with 1%