Taxes

Tax Notes contributing editors Robert Goulder and Joseph J. Thorndike break down the 2022 congressional midterm election results and their potential effects on tax policy. This transcript has been edited for length and clarity. Robert Goulder: Hello, everyone. I’m Bob Goulder with Tax Notes. Together with my colleague Joe Thorndike, we’re going to review the
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Over half the states that levy a corporate income tax employ the single-factor receipts formula to apportion corporate income for sales other than tangible personal property. Market-based sourcing is the predominant approach to assigning service receipts to the appropriate state, but three states — Delaware, Mississippi, and Texas — use the service performance method, and
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Stephanie Hunter McMahon of the University of Cincinnati College of Law discusses why labor performed by incarcerated workers should be subject to tax. This transcript has been edited for length and clarity. David D. Stewart: Welcome to the podcast. I’m David Stewart, editor in chief of Tax Notes Today International. This week: prisoners’ dilemma. On
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Businesses making investments in research are baffled that the current federal tax code severely limits tax incentives for innovation. The background is this: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) passed in 2017 required the capitalization of research and experimental (“R&E”) expenditures over a 5-year period (a 15-year period for foreign research) starting for taxable
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IRS Forms 1099 arrived around the end of January 2023 for 2022 payments. The IRS likes these forms, which allow computer matching of your Social Security Number against your tax return. Businesses issue the forms to anyone who receives $600 or more for services during the year. There are many types of 1099. For example,
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