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This Week’s Question:
On September 2nd, 1965, the Congressional Special Subcommittee on State Taxation of Interstate Commerce released the final volume of its study concerning issues in state and

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This Week’s Question:
Which Supreme Court justice penned the majority opinion in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota?

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This Week’s Question
What year was the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) originally enacted?

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This Week’s Question
What Eversheds Sutherland lawyer recently had their writing cited by the Ohio Supreme Court?

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Last Week’s Question:
Tennessee only imposes personal income on interest and dividend income, which is known as this tax.

The Answer:
The Hall Income Tax

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Calling all trivia fans! Don’t miss out on a chance to show off your SALT knowledge!

We will award prizes for the smartest (and fastest) participants.

This Week’s Question
Tennessee only imposes personal income on interest and dividend income, which is known as this tax.

E-mail your response to SALTonline@eversheds-sutherland.com.

The prize for the first

Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s trivia question!

Last Week’s Question:
Which president once handled state tax cases, securing favorable rulings for taxpayers involving property taxes and local gross receipts taxes?

The Answer:
Rhode 
Island

Lincoln later stated that he believed the county property tax case “was worth half a million dollars”

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This Week’s Question
Which state imposes an 18% interest rate on underpayments of taxes—the highest in the nation?

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Last Week’s Question:
Which president once handled state tax cases, securing favorable rulings for taxpayers involving property taxes and local gross receipts taxes?

The Answer:
Abraham Lincoln represented taxpayers in various Illinois tax matters, including the Illinois Central Railroad Company in many of its

Calling all trivia fans! Don’t miss out on a chance to show off your SALT knowledge!

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This Week’s Question
Which president once handled state tax cases, securing favorable rulings for taxpayers involving property taxes and local gross receipts taxes?

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