If you missed this live Lunch & Learn Webinar, you can listen to the recorded webinar presented by Tronconi Segarra & Associates State & Local Tax (SALT) professional Tom Mazurek, CPA, who discusses what businesses need to understand about evolving nexus issues. Nexus is the existence of … [Read more...] about New SALT Webinar: Update on Evolving State & Local Tax Nexus Issues
The New York budget legislation enacted in 2021 included an expansion of the Excelsior Jobs Program for green projects. The Excelsior Jobs Program provides job creation and investment incentives for businesses in targeted industries in the form of refundable tax credits that can be claimed over a … [Read more...] about New York Expands Excelsior Jobs Program for Green Projects
By Joseph M. Becht, CPA, CGMA, Senior Manager The pass-through entity tax (PTET) created under new Tax Law Article 24-A is an optional tax that eligible New York S corporations and partnerships may annually elect to pay on certain income for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2021. If … [Read more...] about NYS Pass-Through Entity Tax: Next Steps
The 2021-22 New York State budget legislation includes a Passthrough Entity (PTE) tax as a workaround for the $10,000 state and local tax (SALT) cap, which was enacted as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), to limit the amount of state and local tax an individual could deduct on their … [Read more...] about New – NYS Passthrough Entity Tax, a Workaround for the SALT Cap: Is it Right For Your Business?
It’s been just over three years since the US Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in South Dakota vs. Wayfair, Inc.; and now is a perfect time to provide an update as almost every state has new laws on sales tax and have defined their economic thresholds for remote sellers. Recently, two of … [Read more...] about Doing Business in the U.S.: Sales Tax Update and Other Tax Matters
The Maryland Legislature overrode the Governor’s veto of House Bill 932 on February 12, 2021. The override will allow for sales tax to be imposed on digital products and streaming services. Under Maryland law, the legislation takes effect 30 days after the override, so this new sales tax will be … [Read more...] about Two breaking Maryland tax updates: Maryland Sales Tax on Digital Products