This podcast for the week of November 11, 2019 covers state and local tax developments in Indiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The Indiana Department of Revenue recently addressed the taxability of various healthcare-related information management services.
Nebraska announced a temporary penalty and interest waiver for certain remote sellers and multivendor marketplace platforms
A New Mexico Hearing Officer concluded the special industry apportionment regulation for trucking companies did not fairly represent its business in the state.
Virginia conforms to the IRC section 163(j) limitations on the deductibility of business interest expense effective for tax years beginning January 1, 2018.
The Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission recently held that the sale of on-demand seminars for CLE credits was a nontaxable educational service.
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