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Alysse McLoughlin focuses her practice on state and local tax matters, with particular emphasis on working with financial services companies. Alysse handles state tax litigation and also advises with respect to planning opportunities. Read Alysse McLoughlin's full bio.
By Richard C. Call, Alysse McLoughlin, Kathleen M. Quinn and Arthur R. Rosen on Oct 23, 2020
Posted In Income Tax, Local Tax, Massachusetts, Nationwide Importance, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York
Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic and work-from-home mandates, New York employers and their nonresident employees have been waiting for the Department of Taxation and Finance to address the million-dollar question: Do wages earned by a nonresident who typically works in a New York office but is now telecommuting from another state due to...
By Stephen P. Kranz, Alysse McLoughlin, Kathleen M. Quinn and Jonathan Hague on Sep 21, 2020
Posted In Nationwide Importance, New Jersey, Transaction Taxes
A troubling New Jersey financial transaction tax proposal, which appeared to be gaining in popularity over the last few months, has reportedly been left out of the 2021 budget deal Governor Phil Murphy struck with legislative leaders last week. The decision to drop the transaction tax from the deal came days after the Wall Street...
By Kathleen M. Quinn, Alysse McLoughlin, Stephen P. Kranz and McDermott Will & Emery on May 18, 2020
Posted In Local Tax, Maryland, Oregon, Washington
On May 8, Washington’s 1.2% surtax on “specified financial institutions” (banks with at least $1 billion a year in net revenue) was struck down by a King County Superior Court judge. Judge Marshall Ferguson ruled that the tax, which is imposed on top of all other taxes, violates the Commerce Clause of the US Constitution...
By Elle Kaiser, Alysse McLoughlin and Kathleen M. Quinn on Apr 2, 2020
Posted In Income Tax, Mississippi, Nationwide Importance, New Jersey, Nexus, Tax Base
Over the past several weeks, state and local governments have issued a slew of “stay-in-place” or “shelter-in-place” orders mandating the closure of all “nonessential businesses” and requiring all persons to self-isolate. For most companies, this means that most, if not all, of their employees are required to work remotely. While telework has become a great...
By Alysse McLoughlin and Kathleen M. Quinn on Mar 30, 2020
Posted In Federal Tax, Income Tax, Nationwide Importance, New Jersey, Tax Base
The federal stimulus bill (the CARES Act), HR 748, which was signed into law by President Trump on March 27, includes certain corporate income tax provisions designed to provide relief to corporate taxpayers. One such provision–the net operating loss (NOL) provision that allows taxpayers to carryback NOLs to prior years–could have unintended consequences at the...
By Alysse McLoughlin, Stephen P. Kranz and McDermott Will & Emery on Mar 27, 2020
Posted In Federal Tax, Income Tax, Interest and Penalties, Local Tax, Nationwide Importance, Sales Tax
This week we wrote a letter to state tax administrators, sharing five key suggestions for relieving undue tax administration burdens in the wake of this difficult COVID-19 situation. As explained, “at a time when many people are working from home and should not or cannot go to post offices or banks, a business-as-usual attitude for...
By Alysse McLoughlin, Diann Smith and Stephen P. Kranz on Nov 27, 2018
Posted In Federal Tax, Nationwide Importance, Tax Base
While the state treatment of global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI) was on the mind of many taxpayers, most state legislatures that enacted legislation in 2018 focused on the state treatment of foreign earnings deemed repatriated under IRC § 965, leaving the state treatment of GILTI unclear in many states. That said, of the states that...
By Alysse McLoughlin, Diann Smith and Stephen P. Kranz on Nov 26, 2018
Posted In Federal Tax, Income Tax, Nationwide Importance, Tax Base
Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in December 2017, over 100 bills were proposed by state legislatures responding to the federal legislation. Thus far in 2018, nearly half of states have passed legislation responding to the TCJA. With some exceptions, in this year’s legislative cycles the state legislatures were primarily focused on...
New Mexico Administrative Hearings Office Issues Timely Opinion Regarding State Taxation of Subpart F Income and Dividends from Foreign Affiliates
By Alysse McLoughlin and Kathleen M. Quinn on Apr 19, 2018
Posted In Federal Tax, Income Tax, Nationwide Importance, New Mexico, Tax Base
Earlier this month, the New Mexico Administrative Hearings Office issued an opinion that addressed the questions on the minds of many state tax professionals in the wake of federal tax reform: under what circumstances can a state constitutionally impose tax on a domestic company’s income from foreign subsidiaries, including Subpart F income, and when is...
By Kathleen M. Quinn, Eric Carstens, Diann Smith, Alysse McLoughlin and Stephen P. Kranz on Mar 29, 2018
Posted In Federal Tax, Income Tax, Local Tax, Minnesota, Nationwide Importance
Minnesota has several bills pending that would address the Minnesota state tax implications of various provisions of the federal tax reform legislation (commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act). HF 2942 HF 2942 was introduced in the House on February 22, 2018. This bill would provide conformity to the Internal Revenue Code...