In this week’s issue of the Bloomberg BNA Weekly State Tax report, Robert Willens of Robert Willens LLC discusses Nextel Commc’ns of Mid-Atlantic, Inc. v. Commonwealth, which declared the Pennsylvania net loss carryover deduction cap unconstitutional. In the case, the court found that disparate treatment of taxpayers based solely on the size of their businesses violates the uniformity clause of the Pennsylvania Constitution.
The article can be read in its entirety here.
Other highlights from the 1/15/16 issue of the Weekly State Tax Report:
* Tax practitioners forecast that the migration of states to market-based sourcing will continue in 2016
* Gillette could indicate states are more likely to prevail in arguments precluding taxpayers from electing Multistate Tax Compact's three-factor apportionment formula
* More states are likely to push the legal boundaries on nexus in 2016 in the hopes of a U.S. Supreme Court case
* States are moving to regulate and tax fantasy sports, treating winnings as reportable income
Some notable developments from the State Tax Developments Tracker–Bloomberg BNA’s new tool for monitoring important developments in all the states:
Rhode Island Division of Taxation Adopts Rule Regarding Corporate Nexus with State for Business Corporation Taxation
Michigan Department of Treasury Publishes Bulletin on Sales and Use Tax Treatment of Interstate Motor Carrier Regarding the Rolling Stock Exemption
Montana Department of Revenue Adopts Rules Pertaining to Fiduciaries, Estates, and Trusts
Missouri Supreme Court Upholds Commission's Decision Determining Taxpayer Liable for Sales and Use Tax for Providing Taxable Services
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In other developments…
Compiled by Melissa Fernley
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