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 this episode we discuss two recent developments, including an Oregon decision concerning sales tax on vehicles (EAN Holdings, LLC v Oregon Department of Revenue) and a Texas letter ruling dealing with software as a service and data processing (Texas Private Letter Ruling No. PLR 20180724152951).

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In this episode we discuss three recent developments, including an electricity tax matter in California (City of Arcata v. Pacific Gas & Electric Co.) a Texas unclaimed property matter (CKD Homes Direct, Ltd v. Comptroller) and a Utah income tax matter.

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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

California imposes an income tax on the entire taxable income of state residents. For those individuals seeking to avoid taxation by the state, the question becomes: what makes a California resident for income tax purposes? In this podcast we provide a brief overview of the various legal concepts involved in and tests applied during the

This podcast is hosted by Open Weaver Banks and features excerpts from the webcast of a casual conversation with Duncan Riley, Director of the Conciliation Bureau at the NYC Department of Finance.

Open and Eric Tresh ask Duncan about his perspective on the New York City Conciliation Bureau’s role in heading off litigation and resolving