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Chef’s Corner – Time to Grill!

Teriyaki Steak and Chicken Shish Kabobs (Pictured served with Summer Caprese Salad and Southern Style Potato Salad) Serves 4 people 1 pound ribeye or sirloin 1 pound chicken – (boneless and skinless) thighs or breasts 3 large bell peppers (different colors) 1 red onion 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce 1 cup teriyaki … Continue Reading

Jay Adams and Joe Landry Discuss Property Tax Relief for Louisiana Business Property

Property Tax Relief for Louisiana Business Property by Jay Adams and Joe Landry Reprinted from Tax Notes State, April 27, 2020, p. 537 Volume 96, Number 4 April 27, 2020 Through multiple proclamations, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) ordered that nonessential businesses close their doors or limit their operations, including restaurants, hotels, casinos, retail … Continue Reading

Louisiana Remote Seller Commission Issues First Information Bulletin Addressing Impact of Wayfair

The Louisiana Sales and Use Tax Commission for Remote Sellers (the “Commission”) has now issued its first information bulletin – Remote Sellers Information Bulletin (“RSIB”) 18-001 – regarding the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. decision on remote sellers selling to Louisiana purchasers. A copy of RSIB 18-001 can be found … Continue Reading

COST Issues Call to Action…: Tell Congress to Pass the Mobile Workforce Act As Soon As Possible

A call to action from our friends at COST: COST and the Mobile Workforce Coalition urge you and your company leadership to send letters during the week of March 5 asking the House and Senate leadership to enact the Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act as soon as possible. The Coalition is working to add … Continue Reading

Louisiana and Other States Provide Tax Relief for Hurricane Victims

In response to the impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, parts of the United States have been declared as major disaster areas by the federal government. As a result, numerous states have enacted delayed filing and payment periods for individuals and businesses located in these major disaster areas. Louisiana has joined this growing list with … Continue Reading

Much Ado About Nothing: Louisiana’s 2017 Regular Session Legislative Wrap-Up

The Louisiana Legislature’s 2017 Regular Session has now concluded, and as previously reported, numerous tax measures were proposed.  Ultimately, however, much of the proposed legislation addressing long-term tax reform was largely rejected by the Legislature during the Regular Session, leaving questions currently unanswered as to how the state will ultimately address the long-term issue of … Continue Reading
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