Tag Archives: Corporate Tax

Cat’s Out the Bag: First Look at the Louisiana Secretary of Revenue’s Tax Reform Plan

On July 11, 2024, the Secretary of Revenue for the State of Louisiana, Richard Nelson, briefed a joint meeting of the Louisiana House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Committee on the administration’s tax proposals for a potential limited constitutional convention later this summer and the upcoming 2025 Louisiana Legislative … Continue Reading

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

Big SALT Changes in the Louisiana Legislature

Unless otherwise indicated, all bills noted below have been passed by the legislature and are waiting on signature or veto by the governor. Our discussion of each bill assumes the bill is or becomes law. SB1 by Senator R. L. Bret Allain, II TAX/FRANCHISE/CORPORATE:  Phases-out the corporate franchise tax. SB 1 reduces the corporate franchise … Continue Reading