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Our editors and leading practitioners provide practical guidance on the impact of the law. Additionally, there are many practice tools to choose from, including Tax Treaty Withholding Rate Decision Tool and Permanent Establishment Smart Charts that allow researchers to find and compare bilateral tax treaties of several countries in one convenient chart.
Over 270 countries and regions are represented throughout our international tax law suite. Our U.S. Tax Treaties Reporter includes U.S. bilateral income, estate and gift, shipping and aircraft tax, tax information exchange (TIEAs), competent authority, and social security agreements, treaties, protocols, associated diplomatic notes and much more. This comprehensive collection of pending, in-force, and terminated treaty documents are all arranged
by country. Our World Tax Treaties Reporter has country-to country income tax treaties and related documents.
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Federal Tax Reform – Overview of the State Response to the TCJA Strategic Perspective
In response to the historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), states are proposing or enacting legislation, adopting regulations, issuing guidance, and updating IRC conformity. Since states that impose corporate and personal income taxes incorporate portions of the IRC into their system of taxation, the 2017 federal tax law changes have implications for state revenue as well as increasing or decreasing business and personal tax burdens. As state legislators explore what the provisions of the TCJA mean for their state, this Strategic Perspective highlights the state response to TCJA since its enactment.
A Guide to CORPORATE TAXATION From Tax Essentials
Download this free sample topic from Tax Essentials authored by Robert W. Jamison. In this overview, you will find Compliance Tips, Tables, Cautions, Examples, and Practice Notes for a comprehensive understanding of Corporate Taxation post Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
Robert W. Jamison is professor emeritus of accounting at Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI). His principal area of specialization is S Corporations. He consults on S corporation and other business entity problems and has secured letter rulings from the IRS.