State and local tax jurisdictions continue to evolve their tax systems around the US. Analyzing the latest key decisions, legislative and regulatory changes, and revenue agency guidance, the Eversheds Sutherland SALT team focuses on providing tax professionals with a quick update of the most important developments in US state and local tax. The SALT Shaker Podcast helps tax professionals navigate growing challenges in the evolving tax systems of state and local jurisdictions.

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2022 episodes:

We want more: Diving in to the impact of local taxes
Nikki Dobay

Overrated or underrated? State and local tax edition
Jeff Friedman and Jeremy Gove

Setting the stage for state tax overreach — a look into two recent laws
Nikki Dobay and Jeremy Gove

Getting personal with New York personal income tax
Jeremy Gove and Chelsea Marmor

Insight into the fall elections with MultiState
Nikki Dobay
Strategy considerations for challenging California assessments 
Tim Gustafson and Jeremy Gove 
A deep dive into the attempt to expand the False Claims Act
Nikki Dobay 
What’s the skinny on the MTC?
Nikki Dobay and Jeremy Gove 
What’s the scoop on Texas’s research and development (R&D) credit?
Jeremy Gove. Dennis Jansen and Mary Kate Nicholson 
Perspectives on a UK online retail sales tax proposal
Nikki Dobay, Charlie Kearns and Ben Jones
Let’s get caught up on Q1
Nikki Dobay

Tackling the tentacles of local taxes
Nikki Dobay and Jeremy Gove 

A post-Wayfair world
Nikki Dobay

What makes a California resident?
Tim Gustafson and Jeremy Gove

Let’s talk Louisiana: Updates from the Pelican State
Nikki Dobay and Charlie Kearns

Back to the market again! California market-sourcing regulation amendments
Jeremy Gove

A look into West Coast tax legislation
Nikki Dobay 

2021 SALT Scoreboards wrap-up
Charles Capouet and Jeremy Gove

What’s FAIR? A conversation about the modernization of the Tax Injunction Act
Nikki Dobay and Maria Todorova

California doesn’t need GILTI
Jeremy Gove

Off to the races: The 2022 state legislative sessions begin
Nikki Dobay and Charlie Kearns

Reviewing key SALT trends and developments from 2021
Jeff Friedman and Jeremy Gove 

Reviewing state government revenues with Lucy Dadayan of the Urban Institute
Nikki Dobay