This podcast for the week of May 14, 2018 covers state and local tax developments in Hawaii, Ohio, and Washington.
June 11, 2019
Senate Bill 2514 has been sent to Governor Ige for signature that adopts economic nexus standards for Hawaii General Excise Tax purposes.
Senate Bill 2821, Hawaii’s conformity bill, has been sent to Governor Ige for signature. The bill addresses Hawaii’s conformity to federal estate tax laws changes and to the Internal Revenue Code for corporate and individual income tax purposes.
The Ohio Board of Tax Appeals has addressed whether a Texas-based clothing manufacturer was subject to Commercial Activity Tax or CAT.
Due to changes in Washington’s unclaimed property law in 2015, businesses that are not compliant with the law may now be subject to new mandatory penalty and interest charges for non-compliance.
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