State and Local Tax
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McGladrey’s dedicated state and local tax (SALT) professionals collaborate across specialties and regions to provide you with a local touch, backed by the support of a national firm. Our approach starts with understanding your business – your operations, challenges and plans for the future – then developing a holistic SALT planning and compliance program to help you meet your goals and control your expenses. Our specialty practices are:
- Sales and Use Tax
- Income and Franchise Tax
- Multistate Credits and Incentives
- Property Tax
- Payroll and Employment Tax
- Unclaimed Property
In addition to services provided by these practice groups, we also offer general SALT services, such as state tax analysis and resolution (nexus) and SALT controversy.
The budget features an increase in tax rate on high earners, mandatory combined reporting for specified corporations and sales tax revisions.
Florida legislation provides communications and satellite services tax relief, expands sales tax exemptions and creates a sales tax holiday.
Kansas enacts legislation intended to close budget gap with various tax increases and the establishment of a tax amnesty program.
Maryland Tax Court finds corporation had nexus in the state because “enterprise dependence” existed with in-state subsidiaries.
The New York Tax Appeals Tribunal finds that a group of corporations were engaged in a unitary business and separate reporting distorted their income.
Indiana Supreme Court denies petition for review. Certain contractors are no longer required to collect and remit Indiana sales tax.
Nevada enacts attributional and click-through nexus legislation, possibly triggering sales and use tax responsibilities for out-of-state businesses.
Nevada enacts legislation effective July 1, 2015, implementing broadly applicable gross receipts tax and increasing existing business tax rates.
Missouri legislation allows the state to enter into reciprocal agreements to intercept tax refunds and other payments to offset non-tax debts.
Maryland, Missouri and Indiana enact a new round of broadly applicable state tax amnesty programs.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the Commerce Clause requires a state to provide residents a credit for taxes paid to other states.
Indiana enacts multiple bills with a significant impact on the state’s income tax, sales and use tax and personal property tax.
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