Supreme Court Agrees to take South Dakota v. Wayfair Online Sales Tax Case
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to take South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., which could result in a ruling that settles the years-long debate over how to apply sales taxes to online retail activity. Read More
State Strategies to Preserve SALT Deductions for High-Income Taxpayers: Will They Work?
The scramble to restore the full state and local tax deduction for high-income taxpayers has resulted in inventive proposals that, for both legal and practical reasons, are unlikely to succeed. Read More
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