Tag Archives: Texas

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

Ready, Set, Hut! The JW SALT Team is back in Houston for the 7th Annual State & Local Tax Seminar!

Ready, set, hut! The Jones Walker LLP State & Local Tax team is back with a day-long program on October 8, 2015, titled SALT Gameday: Key Plays in State & Local Tax. The team will tackle some big issues in the morning, including state and local tax procedure and the legislative developments in Louisiana and … Continue Reading

Feast or Famine: Texas Legislature Approves $3.8B Tax Cut; Neighboring Louisiana Legislature Still Grapples with $1.6B Budget Gap

As the Texas Legislature wraps up its legislature session today, June 1, 2015, the Texas Legislature has approved a number of tax cuts to be sent to Governor Abbott. These tax cuts are expected to provide $3.8 billion in relief to Texas businesses and homeowners. First, the Texas Legislature adopted H.B. 32, which creates a … Continue Reading

Is the Commerce Clause’s “Goods-in-Transit” Doctrine Off of the Menu?

Two recent decisions have addressed whether ad valorem tax can be imposed on stored natural gas, for use outside of the taxing state. See ETC Mktg, Ltd. v. Harris County Appraisal Dist., 01-12-00264 (Tex. Ct. App. 2014); In re Various Applicants for Exemption from Prop. Tax., 313 P.2d 789, 799 (Kan. 2013), cert. denied Missouri Gas Energy v. Kansas, … Continue Reading