Yesterday, Denton & Fahring was pleased to present to the "CPA Academy" on "Subpart F in a Nutshell." The Academy has archived the presentation and, if you're looking for a truly riveting hour-long talk on the ins and outs of international tax compliance, it will probably grace those dusty halls / computer servers in perpetuity … Continue reading Subpart F in a Nutshell
Friends, clients, countrymen: Happy Fourth of July! Tax folks are often overlooked, outside of the spotlight. Today, it is perhaps appropriate, to reminisce on the fact that taxation without representation was a major driving force behind the American Revolution, and so is a major reason we enjoy American freedom and liberties. The Declaration of Independence … Continue reading Happy Fourth of July from Your Local Tax Lawyers!
Last week, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., that could have far-reaching effects on the U.S. business landscape. In the course of this decision, the Court held that a state can require out-of-state sellers with no physical presence in the state to collect and remit sales tax on … Continue reading Wayfair: Are You Ready For More Sales Tax?
Sam Denton was pleased to be quoted in a recent MLEX US Tax Watch article that was published on June 8 and titled, "Court to Facebook: No enforceable right to access IRS Appeals." Unfortunately, the story is behind a pay wall. However, if you subscribe to Lexis and happen to be interested, the citation is: … Continue reading MLEX US Tax Watch: Sam Got Quoted
A recent U.S. District Court decision has preserved the IRS’s ability to act as gatekeeper to the IRS office of Appeals (“IRS Appeals”). However, there are signs that Congress may be moving to place restrictions on this gatekeeping ability. The decision in question involved a case brought by Facebook, Inc. (“Facebook”). The IRS had made … Continue reading Facebook’s Face-Off with the IRS Over the Right to IRS Appeals