June 3, 2022 04:33 PMOhio Cities Lack 'Virtual Jurisdiction' For Tax, Teleworkers Say
By Asha Glover
Legislation that would add vaccines against COVID-19 to the list of taxable vaccines would raise $732 million over the next decade, the Joint Committee on Taxation said Friday.
By Matthew Guerry
The COVID-19 pandemic hastened the adoption of online tax filing and other digital services across the globe while at the same time driving down tax revenue collections, according to an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development report published Thursday.
By Matt Thompson
Poland is expected to drop its veto of the European Union's 15% minimum tax during the June meeting of the bloc's finance ministers or early in the second half of 2022, diplomats from multiple member countries told Law360 on Tuesday.
By Sanjay Talwani
Treasury is appealing to the Fifth Circuit a ruling in a case brought by Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana that stops enforcement of an American Rescue Plan Act provision barring the use of pandemic aid to offset reductions in revenue.
By Maria Koklanaris
A challenge by Kentucky and Tennessee of a federal law's prohibition against using coronavirus aid to offset tax cuts should be halted until there is a ruling on a similar challenge by Ohio, the U.S. government told the Sixth Circuit.
By Asha Glover
The Government Accountability Office should review and assess the effectiveness of the American Rescue Plan's provision prohibiting states from using pandemic aid to offset tax cuts, the Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee said Monday.
Following President Joe Biden's recent pledge to expand enforcement efforts against pandemic and Paycheck Protection Program loan fraud, a look at the U.S. Department of Justice's recent criminal and civil enforcement actions sheds light on its evolving priorities, say Sara Lord and Aaron Danzig at Arnall Golden.
Lawrence Hill at Steptoe & Johnson reviews the ups and downs of tax controversy practice in 2021, including the continued effects of the pandemic, troubling decisions on attorney-client privilege and an IRS comeback on transfer pricing.
Tim Tryniecki and Thomas Mudd at MG+M offer a series of practice tips for successfully conducting remote depositions of often-inexperienced fact witnesses, as the virtual court proceedings sparked by COVID-19 look set to become a part of the legal landscape next year.
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May 12, 2022 01:53 PMColo. Lawmakers OK Extending Enterprise Zone Tax Break
May 11, 2022 03:58 PMIrish Distiller Entitled To COVID Sanitizer Tax Relief
May 10, 2022 04:56 PMCOVID Impact Program Risks Improper Payment, TIGTA Says
May 9, 2022 02:00 PMOre. Church's COVID Argument Doesn't Salvage Tax Break Bid
May 5, 2022 03:40 PMNYC Bill Would Suspend Liquor License Tax For A Year
April 27, 2022 03:23 PMLatin America Tax Revenues Dipped 8% in 2020, Report Says
April 27, 2022 03:43 PMRI Sen. Bill Would Waive Tax Penalties On PPP Loans
April 20, 2022 08:54 PMDeveloping Nation Group Asks For Leeway On Digital Taxes
April 12, 2022 04:06 PMPa. Resident Says Cleveland Lacks Jurisdiction To Tax Work
April 6, 2022 08:37 PMAudit Watchdog Sends Warning Shot In Fining Ex-KPMG Exec
April 6, 2022 06:30 PMGermany Extends COVID-Era Cross-Border Tax Agreements
March 30, 2022 04:42 PMSC Proposes End To COVID Withholding Relief
March 25, 2022 07:16 PMEuropean Biz Lobby Advises Supporting Growth Via Tax Cuts
March 24, 2022 07:22 PMIRS Investigators Exposed $1.8B Pandemic Fraud, Office Says
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