REWIND: The Top 18 State Tax Blog Posts of 2011! (I Think)
As the end of 2011 approaches, I thought it might be fun to provide you with my list of favorite posts from 2011. Here are my Top 18 with links for your convenience. Take a look and let me know what your favorites are.
- State IRC. Section 382 Limitations on Net Operating Losses: Do They Exist?
- Iowa Says: No Physical Presence? No Problem.
- State and Local Taxes: What Will Happen in 2011?
- Sales Tax Problems Cause SEC Fine!
- "Bundled Transactions" - Who Cares?
- All Companies Have Nexus in Washington State?
- Amazon's State Tax Planning: Follow-Up Commentary
- BEWARE: California's New "Doing Business" Standards In Effect!
- State Tax Notices: A Game???
- Nexus: To File or Not to File?
- Where Should Your Company Relocate or Invest?
- Don't Put the Cart Before the Horse (State Tax Planning vs. Business Purpose)
- Practical Tips for Navigating the Sales Tax "Minefield" of "Cloud Computing"
- FIN 48 Reserve for Uncertain State Tax Positions: Will It Ever End??
- How to Avoid Intercompany Expense Addback and Combination
- What Are Your State and Local Tax "Blind Spots"?
- Are You A Victim of "Crunch Time"?
- State and Local Tax Due Diligence: Don't Restructure Without It!
I hope each of you have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
May your time spent with family be blessed and may God give you a vision for 2012!!
Brian Strahle is the owner of LEVERAGE SALT, LLC where he provides state and local tax technical services to accounting firms, law firms and tax research organizations across the United States. He also writes a weekly column in Tax Analysts State Tax Notes entitled, "The SALT Effect." For more info, visit his website: www.leveragestateandlocaltax.com
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