Weekly Round-Up: How to Actively Manage Compliance Issues in a New York Sales Tax Audit

An audit can be an intimidating process, fraught with detailed requirements and nuanced tax law, sometimes taking on a life of its own.

In this week’s issue of the Bloomberg BNA Weekly State Tax Report, Thomas Mazurek, a Principal with Tronconi Segarra & Associates LLP, discusses issues often found in sales and use tax audits in New York State and how businesses can prevent these audits from becoming complicated, time-consuming and cumbersome activities.

The article can be read in its entirety here.

Some notable developments from the State Tax Developments Tracker–Bloomberg BNA’s new tool for monitoring important developments in all the states:

Indiana Department of Revenue Publishes Guide for Taxpayers in Making Administrative Protests

New Jersey Division of Taxation Publishes Updated Bulletin Regarding Leases and Rentals

New York City Department of Finance Issues Finance Memorandum Regarding Transitional Filing Provisions for Taxpayers Affected by Corporate Tax Reform Legislation

For more information about this and other state tax issues, sign up for a free trial of the Bloomberg BNA Premier State Tax Library. 

In other developments…

How High Are Corporate Income Tax Rates in Your State? by the Tax Foundation

Proposed Legislation Affecting Texas Tax Disputes: Administrative Hearing Procedures, by the Texas State & Local Tax Law Blog

District of Columbia’s Transfer Pricing Enforcement Program and Combined Reporting Regime: Taking Two Bites of the Same Apple, by McDermott Will & Emery

Compiled by Priya D. Nair