Another Chapter in the Effectively Connected Income Saga—IRS Issues Proposed Regulations on Sales of Partnership Interests by Foreign Partners

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The IRS gets granular on new Section 864(c)(8), created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Our International Tax Group examines the implications of the newest proposed regulations brought on by tax reform. How Section 864(c)(8) codifies longstanding IRS principles on effectively connected income The proposed regulations’ complex formula for deemed partnership asset sales Application to tiered partnerships and treaties Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more

TCJA Proposed Regulations – Weekly Client Update | 163(j) Interest Deductibility

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Over the next few weeks, we will be hosting weekly 30 minute webinars where our attorneys will walk through key elements of the new TCJA regulations packages, addressing corporate and international issues and state tax matters.

The first session occurs January 15 at 11am when Jack Cummings and Scott Harty walk through key elements of 163(j) interest deductibility.

Click here to sign up and learn more.

Opportunity Zones

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Our Federal Tax Group examines the signature difference brought about by tax reform’s opportunity zone regime. Comparison to empowerment zones and enterprise communities How the new regime is being used. How seriously will the rules be enforced? Read the full advisory here. Join us for our Weekly Client Update where our attorneys will walk through key elements of the new IRS regulation packages addressing corporate and international issues and state tax matters. Click here to learn more and register. We will be covering opportunity zones on February 5. [...]Read more

Unclaimed Property Challenges in the Health Care Industry

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States across the country are undertaking unclaimed property audit campaigns. These audits are targeting large national health care providers and insurance companies. Learn from Unclaimed Property partners Kendall Houghton and Matt Hedstrom why these audits raise HIPAA and unclaimed property concerns for the health care sector. Click here to read the article.   [...]Read more

Delaware’s Escheats Law Is Back in Court

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Our Unclaimed Property Group examines the latest challenge to Delaware’s Escheats Law, regulations, and audit practices. Lawsuit in response to state subpoena of holder’s records Substantive challenge to audit practices even after recent Escheats Law amendments Comparison to Plains All American Pipeline and Temple-Inland Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more

State Guidance Needed After Treasury Issues Proposed Regulations Under Section 163(j)

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Our State & Local Tax Group examines why proposed federal regulations for the new interest expense limitation complicates matters for state tax purposes. Not every state follows the new Section 163(j) Federal deduction determined on a consolidated basis … … But states are all over the place Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more

Sales of CFCs Got Harder?

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Our Federal Tax Group gives a glimpse into the brave new world of selling foreign assets and stock in the wake of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

  • Selling a U.S. sub versus selling a CFC
  • GILTI as a new option over Subpart F
  • Analyzing the options

Read the full advisory here.

Garden State Tax Amnesty in Full Bloom for Two Months

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New Jersey’s tax amnesty program might make the holiday season a little brighter for some taxpayers. Our State & Local Tax Group explains the program’s ins and outs and why the time to act is now for those seeking to take advantage of the program’s limited one-time offer. Effective November 15 – January 15 Waives penalties and cuts interest payments for qualifying taxpayers Does not offer taxpayer anonymity or lookback protection for historic liabilities Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more

Plot Twist – Proposed Regulations Mean Section 956 Did Not Actually Survive Tax Reform Intact

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Our International Tax Group takes stock of new proposed regulations that try to keep Section 956 relevant despite the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Many were left scratching their heads “A result directly at odds with the manifest purpose of Section 956” Impact of the proposed regulations Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more