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"Real" Intelligence: Hot Topics in Multistate Income & Sales Tax | Frazier & Deeter CPE Webinar

“Real” Intelligence: Hot Topics in Multistate Income & Sales Tax

August 31, 2023

Learn about multistate income and sales tax issues impacting CFOs, controllers, tax directors, private business owners, PE investors and other tax professionals! Read More

Despite Recent Attacks, P.L. 86-272 Can Still Protect Your Company | Frazier & Deeter

Despite Recent Attacks, P.L. 86-272 Can Still Protect Your Company

August 18, 2023

P.L. 86-272, a federal law that many companies rely on to protect them from having to pay a state's income tax, has been under attack by the Multistate Tax Commission since 2018. Despite these attacks, the law can still offer valuable protection for businesses engaged in interstate commerce. Read More

Changes to Section 174 and Implications for Taxpayers

Changes to Section 174 and Implications for Taxpayers

August 9, 2023

Section 174 and the changes that occurred for tax years after December 31, 2021 have caused taxpayers and tax practitioners headaches. In the past, section 174 expenses were deductible, but they now require amortization over 5 or 15 years. Read More

House Readies Small Business Tax Relief In Advance of Budget Action

House Readies Small Business Tax Relief In Advance of Budget Action

August 3, 2023

H.R. 3937, the Small Business Jobs Act, includes measures that have bipartisan support, such as raising the 1099 reporting threshold for nonemployee compensation from $600 to $5,000. Other provisions would increase small business expensing of equipment and would create rural... Read More

Oregon Enacts New Refundable R&D Credit for Semiconductor Research | Frazier & Deeter

Oregon Enacts New Refundable R&D Tax Credit for Semiconductor Research

July 21, 2023

On July 18, 2023, Oregon Governor Tina Kotek signed into law a new refundable research and development (R&D) tax credit for semiconductor research.  Oregon has not had an R&D credit since 2017 when the prior R&D credit expired and was... Read More

New Analysis Reveals High Levels of Non-compliance in UK R&D Tax Reliefs | Frazier & Deeter

New Analysis Reveals High Levels of Non-compliance in UK R&D Tax Reliefs

July 19, 2023

Over recent months, HMRC has conducted an in-depth analysis aimed at gaining a better understanding of non-compliance within the country’s research and development (R&D) tax reliefs. The resulting comprehensive study focused on the 2020/2021 tax year and represents the most... Read More

The Key Highlights of Proposed Guidelines for Monetizing Tax Credits under IRA22

June 29, 2023

On Friday, June 14, 2023, the Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) published another set of proposed guidelines under the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA22); this time related to the “direct pay” opportunity for certain nonprofit organizations and... Read More

Georgia Removes Limit on Types of Partnerships that Can Pay Entity Taxes to Avoid SALT Limitation | Frazier & Deeter

Georgia Removes Limit on Types of Partnerships That Can Pay Entity Taxes to Avoid SALT Limitation

June 26, 2023

The Georgia legislature has enacted HB 412, which repeals a limitation on the types of partnerships that can elect to pay income taxes at the entity level to circumvent the federal state and local tax (SALT) deduction limitation. The legislation... Read More

New IRS Tax Tip on Digital Assets Explains Reporting Requirements | Frazier & Deeter

New IRS Tax Tip on Digital Assets Explains Reporting Requirements

May 31, 2023

The IRS has reminded taxpayers that they must check a box on their 2022 Form 1040 indicating whether they received digital assets or if they disposed of any digital asset held as a capital asset through a sale, exchange or transfer during the year. Read More

Lifting SALT Deduction Restrictions Gains Support in Congress

Lifting SALT Deduction Restrictions Gains Support in Congress

May 15, 2023

When Congress enacted the Trump Administration’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in 2017, the $10,000 limit on the state and local tax (SALT) deduction was perceived to negatively affect “blue” states, where state taxes are higher. In early 2022, New... Read More

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