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NJ Court: Consolidated Rules Apply To Separate-Company Return
The taxpayer at issue ("Taxpayer") was a corporate subsidiary of MCI, Inc. ("MCI"). For federal income tax purposes, Taxpayer filed as part of the MCI consolidated group.
United States
20 Jun 2018
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NJ Tax Court: Division Assessment Stricken Because Limited Partnership Not Subject To Corporation Business Tax
Yesterday, the New Jersey Tax Court of New Jersey issued yet another decision involving the taxation of partnerships and their nonresident limited partners in National Auto Dealers Exchange...
United States
1 Mar 2018
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Supreme Court Of Ohio Provides Sales Tax Guidance On Employment Services
The so-called Permanent Exception may provide an opportunity for any Ohio taxpayer purchasing employment services for a period of at least one year.
United States
7 Dec 2017
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Delaware Asks U.S. Supreme Court To Decide Escheat Dispute Between States
On May 26, 2016, Delaware filed a motion with the United States Supreme Court requesting leave to file a bill of complaint against other states regarding escheatment of uncashed "official checks."
United States
7 Jun 2016
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Supreme Court Of Ohio Hears Oral Argument In Crucial Case For Factor-Presence Nexus
The Supreme Court of Ohio heard oral argument in a case involving the Ohio Commercial Activity Tax —which provides that taxpayers have nexus with Ohio and are subject to tax if they have at least $500,000 of annual sales to Ohio.
United States
6 May 2016
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NJ Tax Court Denies Interest Addback Exception - Does Your Company Still Qualify?
The only issue was whether the taxpayer qualified for the so-called "unreasonable exception" to addback of related-party interest expense.
United States
28 Apr 2016
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New Jersey Appellate Court Issues Throwout Ruling
In a decision issued this morning, a New Jersey appellate court ruled that the throwout rule does not apply to intangible holding companies.
United States
7 Dec 2015
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