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New York State Sales and Use Tax Update: Contractor’s Purchase of Concrete Not Exempt
By Don Warrant, CPA on August 5, 2022

The Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court confirmed a contractor’s purchase of concrete was not exempt from the New York State sales and use tax. M & Y Developers, Inc....

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Remote Work State Tax Compliance: What Employers Need to Know
By Don Warrant, CPA on September 21, 2021

Yet another unpleasant side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing battle with its variants is the potential state income/franchise, sales, and payroll tax consequences related to...

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SALT Deduction Limit: Avoiding the $10,000 Federal Limitation in New York
By Don Warrant, CPA on September 17, 2021

SALT Deduction Limit: Avoiding the $10,000 Federal Limitation in New York Effective for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2021, The New York State pass-through entity tax (PTET)...

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Pennsylvania Corporate Nexus Standard Update
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on October 9, 2019

Pennsylvania requires taxpayers with economic nexus to file corporate tax reports after 2019 Source: Corporation Tax Bulletin 2019-04, Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, September 30,...

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How to Register for State Sales Tax: A State-by-State Guide
By Sandra York, CPA on August 16, 2019

Once you have determined that you need to register for sales tax, how do you actually accomplish that? As with all things sales tax related, the answer is “It depends”. It depends on which...

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New York State Sales Tax Relief for Marketplace Sellers
By Don Warrant, CPA on June 19, 2019

Under a new provision that was recently added to the New York State Tax Law, a marketplace seller is relieved from liability for the collection of New York State sales tax when it receives...

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