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The Sourcing Tail Wagging the Nexus Dog

There is a growing list of states that have adopted a more aggressive income tax nexus standard.  On August 11, 2015, Alabama added itself to the group of states that impose their income tax on out-of-state businesses solely based those businesses a certain level of sales to customers in the state.  The trend is a […]

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Voluntary Disclosure Agreements: How to Come Clean on State Taxes

When old tax liabilities are discovered, taxpayers can either play the audit lottery or come clean to state taxing authorities about their back taxes.  Most states offer voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA) programs for non-filers, which typically offer benefits that make the latter option more attractive. With more and more businesses offering products and services in […]

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International Payroll for Compensation of U.S. Expatriates and Impatriates

A U.S. company may face international payroll challenges when it sends U.S. employees to work in a foreign country or if it engages foreign individuals to work in the United States. Some U.S. payroll service providers do not have the capability to address the specific U.S. employment tax and payroll reporting issues that often arise […]

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D.C. Tax Reform Passes After Council Overrides Mayor’s Veto

On July 14th, the District of Columbia Council voted 12 to 1 to override Mayor Vincent Gray’s veto of the District’s Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Support Act of 2014 (B20-0749).  The legislation includes tax rate decreases for both individuals and businesses, as well as the heavily publicized “yoga tax” (i.e., sales tax on health club […]

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