The state tax laws are always changing. Never has this observation been so true as now. The complex interrelationship of phased-in and delayed new law effective dates, changing state revenue department rules, and an ever-changing mix of taxpayer wins and losses in the courts creates the need for the tax practitioner to constantly stay on top of the new rules and reassess tax strategies at the start of every year. The rules this year are significantly different from the rules last year, and the rules next year promise to be different from those governing this year. This is a fact of life for the modern-day state tax practitioner.CCH's Top Multistate Tax Issues for 2008 Course is a helpful resource that provides explanations of significant laws, regulations, decisions and issues that affect multistate tax practitioners. Readers get the guidance, insights and analysis on important provisions and their impact on multistate tax compliance and tax planning. It's the top quality tax review and analysis that every state tax practitioner needs to keep a step ahead. Topics covered include: - Economic Nexus - FIN 48 - Passive Investment Companies - Real Estate Valuation - State Tax Appeals Process - Valuation of Real EstateIn California, the Franchise Tax Board has taken the position that each series in a Delaware series LLC is a separate business entity for income ... (Instructions to Form 568, 2005 Limited Liability Company Tax Booklet) Dissolution Each series in a series LLC may dissolve without affecting the ... Filing one annual report b.
|Title||:||Top Multistate Tax Issues for 2008 CPE Course|
|Publisher||:||CCH Canadian Limited - 2007|