Our Unclaimed Property Team delves into the Third Circuit decision that gives Plains’s due process claim its day in court and could give holders a leg up on Delaware’s Escheats Law. The district court dismisses on all counts Third Circuit allows due process claim The implications Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more
Clouded laws: taxing of cloud services is not uniform
Mary Benton, partner at Alston & Bird and a member of the firm’s State & Local Tax Group, was recently featured in an Atlanta Business Chronicle article on the taxation of cloud-based services. Mary discusses the complex tax laws governing cloud services and the significant impact these taxes could have on a company’s bottom line. She goes on to say that the taxes vary state-by-state so it is important for companies to know the landscape in which they do business and to be aware of how they will be taxed; some states tax cloud transactions as a tangible personal property while others [...]Read more
State & Local Tax ADVISORY: The MTC’s Transfer Pricing Audit Program Comes into Focus
This advisory reviews the Multistate Tax Commission’s efforts to create an Arm’s-Length Adjustment Service program to streamline states’ ability to effectively evaluate multistate transfer-pricing issues.
This advisory is provided on the Alston & Bird website: http://www.alston.com/advisories/MTC-transfer-pricing/