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South Carolina Legislature Reinforces Separate Reporting Regime, Slapping Department on the Wrist

Last week, South Carolina Governor McMaster signed into law Act No. 113 in a much needed reproach to the Department of Revenue’s aggressive attempts to undermine the state’s separate reporting regime for apportioning corporate income. While the law creates a new paradigm for how and in what manner the state or taxpayer may obtain alternative … Continue Reading

New York Formally, and Finally, Proposes Regulations Concerning 2015 Corporate Tax Reform

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has formally proposed its 2015 corporate tax reform regulations under the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA). The regulations have been submitted for publication in the August 9, 2023 edition of the State Register.  These regulations have a long history. There were several iterations of the draft … Continue Reading

New York ALJ Narrows the Definition of “Sale” for Apportionment Purposes

In Matter of Sunoco Inc. (R&M) Combined Affiliates, a Division of Tax Appeals Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) determined that Sunoco’s sale of oil pursuant to buy/sell arrangements was not a “sale” for purposes of computing Sunoco’s New York State Article 9-A sales factor.   The ALJ’s determination was based upon her finding that Sunoco was exchanging the … Continue Reading

Budget Bill would Shake Up Tax Litigation in New York

The New York Budget Bill, SB.4009/A.B.3009, introduced on Sunday includes a provision allowing the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance (“Department”) to appeal determinations of the Tax Appeals Tribunal to the New York State Appellate Division under certain circumstances. Currently, the Tax Law allows only the taxpayer to appeal determinations of the Tax Appeals Tribunal. Specifically, … Continue Reading
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