The District of Columbia occupies a unique position among subnational jurisdictions in the United States given its status as a nonstate, federal enclave. The District’s status allows it to impose individual income tax on only residents under the district clause of the US Constitution, the Home Rule Act of 1973, and implementing statutes that are

Approximately 34 states require market sourcing to source sales of other than tangible personal property. Many states adopted market-sourcing rules in recent years and are only now beginning to finalize regulations regarding their implementation. A number of states have also adopted market-sourcing regulations attempting to provide additional clarity through more detailed rules.

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In this installment of SALT Policy Picks for Tax Notes State, Eversheds Sutherland Partner Nikki Dobay analyzes two recently enacted measures that have fascinated her this legislative session – Idaho H.B. 677 and New Hampshire H.B. 1097. Each is intended to prevent taxation of residents by other states where the activity the other state

Understanding—let alone navigating—the layers of bureaucracy is no small feat for taxpayers that seek to resolve a California tax controversy, whether through administrative protest and appeals processes or by means of settlement negotiations.

In many states, the counterpart from the department who handles a taxpayer’s protest or appeal also has authority to negotiate a settlement.

“Business-friendly” Texas has been the leading poacher of California-based companies for over a decade, with relocations from tech-dominated California only accelerating during the pandemic. Oddly enough, at a time when Texas’s highest-profile new neighbors are known for cutting-edge research, the state seeks to narrow the scope of its research and development credit applicable to some

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.

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