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By Richard C. Call and Jonathan Hague on May 4, 2021
Posted In Insurance Tax, Sales Tax, Texas
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed HB 1445 into law, making “medical or dental billing services” exempt from sales tax. Under the statute, a “medical or dental billing service” is defined as “assigning codes for the preparation of a medical or dental claim, verifying medical or dental insurance eligibility, preparing a medical or dental claim...
Wisconsin Court of Appeals Rules That Department Cannot Deny John Deere DRD Because of the Department’s Prior Guidance on Foreign Distributions
By Jane Wells May, Richard C. Call and Jonathan Hague on Feb 26, 2021
Posted In Local Tax, Nationwide Importance, Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals, District IV, issued its decision in Wisconsin Department of Revenue v. Deere & Company, regarding the treatment of distributions from foreign partnerships that are treated as corporations for federal tax purposes. There were two questions presented in the case. The first issue was whether distributions received by John Deere qualified...
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...