In this episode of the SALT Shaker Podcast, Eversheds Sutherland Partner Tim Gustafson joins Associate Jeremy Gove for a deep dive into California’s market-based sourcing regulation.

Together they discuss various interpretations of and proposed amendments to the regulation offered over the past six years, and how the interpretations and amendments might affect taxpayers.

They wrap

In the pending-precedential decision Appeal of Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Co-op., the California Office of Tax Appeals (OTA) ruled that payroll, property and sales that generated deductible agricultural cooperative income under Cal. Rev. & Tax. Code Section 24404 must be included in the taxpayer’s corresponding payroll, property and sales factors. 

The California Franchise Tax

In the latest episode of the SALT Shaker Podcast, Eversheds Sutherland Associate Jeremy Gove is joined by SALT Partner Tim Gustafson to discuss the ins and outs of the one-of-a-kind settlement process in California.

Before diving into specific considerations for taxpayers, Jeremy and Tim provide an overview of the settlement process itself, including a discussion

The California Court of Appeal held that the Los Angeles County Assessor erred by failing to remove the value of certain nontaxable intangible assets when valuing a hotel for property tax purposes. Intangible assets are generally exempt from property tax in California. In valuing the hotel, the Assessor used the income valuation approach, which looks

The California Office of Tax Appeals (OTA) held that a taxpayer was liable for use tax on parts used to repair equipment in California before shipping it back to out-of-state customers. The taxpayer is a distributor, retailer, and repairer of endoscopes and other medical devices, and as part of its optional lump-sum maintenance contracts, the

The pending precedential Office of Tax Appeal’s (OTA) decision of Appeal of L. Smith, OTA Case No. 20036033 (Dec. 7, 2022) concerned whether California could impose income tax on a nonresident’s distributive share of gain from the sale of an interest in a timeshare developer operating in California as a limited liability company (Timeshare).

A recent significant precedential and unanimous decision by the California Office of Tax Appeals, Matter of the Appeal of Beckwith, provided more guidance on how to determine California domicile and residency for state personal income tax purposes.

In his article for Law360, Eversheds Sutherland Senior Counsel Eric Coffill provides five domicile takeaways and