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FL Taxpayer Challenged State Corporate Income Tax Assessment

In the world of state corporate income tax, companies constantly are at odds with states in determining where the income is properly attributable to.  States often take contradictory positions using cost of performance or market based sourcing to attempt to attribute income to their own state.  Such was the issue in a recent case filed…

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Certain Employers Not Subject To The Florida Civil Rights Act

This article addresses why certain employers are not subject to the Florida Civil Rights Act (“Act”).  Disgruntled employees are constantly seeking relief against employers for violations of the Act.  The Act makes it unlawful for any employer to discriminate or retaliate against an employee because of the employee’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age,…

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Preparing your Online Business for an Out-of-State Sales Tax Audit

The day has come that your online business has been issued a sales tax audit notice. How do you prepare for this painful process, especially in a state in which you don’t reside? Each state and locality has different procedures and authority when it comes to auditing your business. That’s not to mention the varying…

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