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3 Steps to Managing your Exemption Certificates

June 28, 2022.
Tax Publications

Exemption Certificates Introduction To know if an exemption or resale certificate your business receives or issues is valid, it is important to understand what this document entails. An exemption or resale certificate is a form or document issued by a business to ensure sales tax is not applied to their...

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In Case You Missed It: Last Week in Allyn Tax News (June 20-24)

June 27, 2022.
Tax Publications

Set Your Reminders! – Nebraska Property Valuation Protest Deadline Approaching The Nebraska Department of Revenue has issued a reminder to property owners that valuation protests must be filed on or before June 30, 2022. If there was an alteration in the assessed valuation of a real property parcel from the 2021 to the 2022...

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In Case You Missed It: Last Week in Allyn Tax News (June 13-17)

June 23, 2022.
Tax Publications

Lift Your Wallet – New York Car Lift Installations are Subject to Tax The Division of Taxation’s determination has been held up by an administrative law judge that a New York taxpayer’s car lift installations are not capital improvements to property. The taxpayer in question designs,...

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In Case You Missed It: Last Week in Allyn Tax News (June 6 - 10)

June 13, 2022.
Tax Publications

When Was the Last Time You Completed a Nexus Review? Act Now! In Arkansas, an assessment against a taxpayer of compensating use tax was sustained because it was ruled that the taxpayer had met nexus with the state. After asserting that they did not have physical presence in the state,...

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3 Important Traits for a State and Local Tax Analyst Candidate

June 03, 2022.
Tax Publications

The majority of tax and accounting hiring managers would agree – finding and retaining staff to work in state and local tax is a substantial challenge for their operation. However, many would be surprised to know the degree to which they are not alone. In a recent survey conducted by...

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6 Things You Need to Know to Start Filing Property Tax Returns

May 31, 2022.
Tax Publications

Knowledge is Key Are you ready to file your business tangible property tax returns? If not, where can you find answers to your initial questions? Do you know where and when your returns are due? Do you know the “snapshot” date for the return data? Do you know...

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In Case You Missed It (May 16-20)

May 24, 2022.
Tax Publications

The Future of Filing - Tax Teams and Technology Online corporate tax filing’s evolution has caused a shift in team dynamics and filing processes. Having the right team dynamic in place can make all the difference when adapting and innovating with new technology. In this article by Crowd...

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Business Personal Property Tax Considerations

May 03, 2022.
Tax Publications

Whether you’re a business that’s just starting out, or an established one looking to expand into another state, obviously there are a multitude of factors (tax and otherwise) to be considered. Regarding the business personal property tax piece of the equation - if you have a...

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Freeport Tax Exemptions in TX, MS, and GA

May 03, 2022.
Tax Publications

Freeport tax exemptions are business personal property exemptions that apply to inventory which has been in a jurisdiction for a short period of time, usually less than a year. This exemption can be a significant source of savings for companies doing business in Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas by reducing their...

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In Case You Missed It: Last Week in Allyn Tax News (April 25-29)

May 02, 2022.
Tax Publications

An Apple a Day Keeps the Sales Tax Away – Connecticut Online Learning Rendered Nontaxable The true object test comes into play when determining the taxability of online learning plans and courses. Online learning plans are generally not subject to sales and use tax as digital goods because the true...

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Tax Technology and Automation

April 22, 2022.
Tax Publications

The challenges of preparing and reporting indirect tax data are increasing.  There are constantly changing requirements and regulations, as well as very large data sets which are often from disparate systems and at times unstructured.  For many tax professionals, the most common tool that is used to process...

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In Case You Missed It: Last Week in Allyn Tax News (April 4-8)

April 11, 2022.
Tax Publications

Did you know over 600 sales tax rate changes occurred on April 1st in these states… Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming combined have over 600 sales tax rate changes. These changes became effective April 1st, 2022.   Maryland: Purchases Made Relating...

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