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April 15, 2014 - 9:08 AM EDT
Tax Day – It Just Isn’t Fair
by Christopher Bergin
If you want to blow off a little steam on tax day, I have a prescription. Tax Analysts has created a neat video on how widely held partnerships are audited – or not audited. It’s very entertaining, and the perfect way to say happy tax day and get your dander up about the mess that is our tax system. And it won’t cost you one cent in extra taxes.
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April 14, 2014 - 1:38 PM EDT
Why the Free File Alliance Is Bad for Taxpayers
by Jeremy Scott
It’s almost tax day, and many taxpayers are probably struggling to finish their returns or contemplating filing for an extension. The classic picture of a harried citizen crouched over a paper return frantically erasing numbers is out of date thanks to the advent of e-filing, but the use of online filing methods has brought with it a new problem for tax administration: the Free File Alliance (FFA). Many taxpayers may not be aware of how the FFA is working to make it both more expensive and harder to file.
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April 10, 2014 - 8:52 AM EDT
How Dave Camp's Failure Might Be Michael Graetz's Victory
by Joseph J. Thorndike
Dave Camp's tax reform plan is dead. We know that because everyone says so. And for once, everyone is right.
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April 9, 2014 - 12:51 PM EDT
Guidance Today, Gone Tomorrow
by Cara Griffith
A recent Arkansas court opinion points out what might be a troubling trend in state taxation: the inability of taxpayers to rely on administrative guidance because the state can retract or supersede it on a moment’s notice.
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April 9, 2014 - 9:53 AM EDT
I'll Raise a Glass to Lower Booze Taxes
by David Brunori
The Kentucky governor just signed a bill (HB 445) giving a big tax break to bourbon producers. The measure will allow distilleries to take a nonrefundable corporate or individual income tax credit against the amount of barrel taxes paid.
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March 11, 2014 - 1:37 PM EDT
10 Reasons Voters Should Think Before Deciding About Camp’s Tax Reforms
by Clint Stretch
Tax reform is a decidedly mixed bag of the good, the bad, and the inevitable. Of course, what is good or bad is a matter of opinion, not fact. Here’s my list of things I think voters should reflect on before they make up their minds on the tax reform proposals from House Ways and Means Committee Chair Dave Camp, R-Mich.
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March 10, 2014 - 1:30 PM EDT
If the Camp Tax Reform Bill Won’t Pass, Why Is It So Important?
by Martin A. Sullivan
Gridlock in Congress and lack of leadership from the White House means major tax reform like that proposed by House Ways and Means Committee Chair Dave Camp has little chance of passing before 2017. Nevertheless, Camp's tax reform draft is the most important document on U.S. tax policy in three decades.
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For Sunday, April 20, 2014

News Analysis: When Should Transfer Pricing Disregard Contracts?

News Analysis: An Alternative View of Country-by-Country Reporting

Supreme Court May Tackle Economic Substance in WFC Holdings

U.S. Views on Treaty LOB and Main Purpose Test Draw Skepticism

Proposed LIFO Ban Looms Over U.S. Business Community

Practitioners Express Qualified Approval of IPGs

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News Analysis: Does Virginia's Addback 'Clarification' Violate Due Process?

New York State Opens Investigation of Credit Suisse Private Banking Services

Connecticut House Approves Tax Credit Deal for Aerospace Manufacturer

Connecticut Governor Announces Tax Break to Encourage Company's Expansion

Missouri Lawmakers Considering Reform of Unclaimed Property Laws

Maine Lawmakers Approve Setting Up Review of Tax Expenditures

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Australian Transfer Pricing Guidance Departs From OECD Guidelines

News Analysis: Extending the Rum Wars

German Court Questions Constitutionality of Interest Barrier Rule

German Finance Ministry Revises Position on Loss Forfeiture Rule

News Analysis: Interest on Equity Isn't Interest in Spain

Delhi Tax Tribunal Upholds CUP Adjustment in Transfer Pricing Case

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April 9, 2014
Black Liquor: The Loophole That Won't Quit
by William Hoffman
Major U.S. paper products manufacturers and distributors are squeezing the last dollars out of a controversial tax credit discontinued years ago but given new life after the IRS declared the refunds would not be taxable income.

April 8, 2014
New Jersey's Alternative Minimum Assessment Is Unconstitutional
by Leah Robinson
In The Jersey Short, Leah Robinson of McDermott Will & Emery describes the unconstitutional application of business taxes to out-of-state companies that do business in the Garden State.

April 7, 2014
News Analysis: Why It Matters That the IRS Has Trouble Auditing Partnerships
by Amy S. Elliott
Most of us have a moment when filing our annual tax returns when we consider the possibility that the IRS might question us about them. The IRS can audit taxpayers, and that audit could lead to additional taxes, interest, and penalties.

April 7, 2014
Audit Proof: The Other IRS Scandal
A video produced by Tax Analysts considers the implications of the IRS's audit practices, in which it closely monitors large corporations but leaves partnerships essentially audit proof.

April 7, 2014
Camp's Tax Reform Would Add Pressure on States
by Jennifer DePaul
Tucked away in the 979-page tax reform proposal of House Ways and Means Committee member Dave Camp, R-Mich., is a provision that would repeal a federal tax benefit that businesses receive from state and local governments for moving or expanding operations to their jurisdiction.

April 7, 2014
Camp Draft's Choices on Extenders Could Shape Ways and Means Discussions
by Lindsey McPherson
House Ways and Means Committee Chair Dave Camp, R-Mich., didn't need to repeal any of the tax provisions that expired at the end of 2013 in his comprehensive tax reform draft because their removal doesn't raise any revenue for him to use elsewhere in the plan.

April 7, 2014
State Tax Spotlight on Jordan M. Goodman
by Maria Koklanaris
State Tax Spotlight will regularly feature a close up view of a person or organization influential in the SALT world. The first spotlight is on Jordan M. Goodman, a partner at Horwood Marcus & Berk in Chicago.

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