Tag Archives: Tax Law

2015 Louisiana Tax Amnesty Begins: New Department Guidance Published

Today, the 2015 tax amnesty program begins and will continue through December 15, 2015. In connection with the program, on November 3 the Louisiana Department of Revenue issued its Revenue Information Bulletin (RIB) No. 2015-037 providing taxpayers with specific information on this year’s amnesty. Notably, unlike the language of Act 822 (2014 Reg. Sess.) upon which the 2015 … Continue Reading

District Court Holds that Chemical Association has Standing to Declare Business Utilities Resolution Unconstitutional

On Monday, October 2, Judge Michael Caldwell of the Nineteenth Judicial District Court for the Parish of East Baton Rouge ruled that the Louisiana Chemical Association (the “LCA”) has standing to challenge the constitutionality of House Concurrent Resolution No. 8 (“HCR 8”). Specifically, the court found that the LCA is permitted to sue on behalf … Continue Reading

Business Taxpayers Get Cooked: Louisiana Legislature Temporarily Patches $1.6 Billion Budget Hole with Tax Changes

There’s a children’s book, “The Goose That Almost Got Cooked,” which tells the story of a Canadian goose who takes a break from her flight south for the winter to rest at a lovely farm where the other geese are fed three meals a day. The Canadian goose thinks this is the life until discovering one … Continue Reading

It Slices, It Dices: the Equifax Blade Cuts Both Ways.

The Hinds County Chancery Court recently ruled that the Mississippi Supreme Court’s widely-discussed decision in Equifax, Inc. v. Mississippi Department of Revenue is a double-edged blade and, much to the Department of Revenue’s chagrin, cuts sharply in both directions.  Miss. Dept. of Rev. v. Hotel and Restaurant Supply, Civil Action No. G2013-820 S/2, Hinds County Chancery … Continue Reading

SALT Partner Kim Robinson Named 2014 Influential Women in Business Honoree by Baton Rouge Business Report

Kim Robinson was honored as one of the Baton Rouge Business Report’s 2014 Influential Women in Business in the publication’s May 28 issue. Kim, the only attorney to be recognized this year, was honored for her work in tax law and policy, her influence on devising Louisiana’s economic development plan after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, … Continue Reading
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