It has been a busy time in the state and local tax arena. See what’s new at the Skoda Minotti Blog
The Ohio Legislature recently enacted a new budget bill with key provisions that will impact contracting businesses operating in Ohio.
The recently passed Ohio budget bill contains important changes within many areas of the tax code.
It’s that time of year again—many states are offering a sales tax holiday.
Pennsylvania’s amnesty program officially started April 21, 2017 and runs through June 19, 2017. Applicable individuals may be receiving a letter about program, which you’ll want to review carefully.
Take a look at the SALT news and trends for Ohio and Florida that you should be aware of.
With the November election looming, we thought it would be interesting to share some other items on the ballot, besides Trump and Clinton, that could have a state and local tax impact.
Insights and analysis on SALT news and trends. This month: updates on Nevada, Pennsylvania and federal legislation regarding the physical presence test.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently decided in Corrigan v. Testa that the state of Ohio cannot tax the gain realized by a non-resident owner’s investment interest in a pass-through entity operating in Ohio. This court case can significantly change Ohio’s current taxing scheme for non-resident owners that own a pass-through entity located in Ohio.
Florida’s temporary sales tax manufacturing exemption has been made permanent as of July 1, 2016. Here’s what you need to know.