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Modernizing Rental Car and Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings As the travel and hospitality industries recover from the coronavirus pandemic, policymakers have an opportunity to reevaluate and repeal discriminatory excise taxes imposed on rental car transactions. Unlike other excise taxes, rental car excise taxes are not imposed to reduce a harm or ensure drivers are paying for infrastructure. Rather, the

Approving Presents from the Internal Revenue Service: Moral Factors To Consider (Sequel)

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFormerly, we reviewed both groups of Internal Revenue Service “presents” that taxpayers can decline: clerical presents and also totally computational presents. We left, nonetheless, with the cliffhanger that computational presents might end up being “theoretical” presents, which lawyers frequently can approve. Today, we’ll look better at what a theoretical present is and also whether

Approving Presents from the Internal Revenue Service: Honest Factors To Consider (Component One)

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFor questions on this and other tax issues please visit ETS @ Executive Tax Solution Formerly, I blogged about the unusual instance of Owner v. C.I.R (here). As a refresher course, the Householders attempted to take around half-a-million bucks in rubbish reductions for their steed breeding/leasing “company,” as well as the Tax obligation Court

Will the GOP Rift with Big Business Lead to Higher Corporate Taxes?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Could the corporate blowback against GOP efforts to rewrite voting rules in Georgia and other states drive congressional Republicans to accept some of President Biden’s proposals to raise taxes on US corporations and, gulp, their shareholders and top executives? Well, probably not. But the endless stories about the growing rift between big business

Impact of Initial Exclusion from EIP of U.S. Citizens Filing Jointly with Non-Citizen Spouses

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We welcome two students from the Georgia State University College of Law Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic as guest bloggers, Lauren Zenk and Lauren Heron, for a discussion of the latest developments in stimulus payment legislation as it relates to U.S. citizens who file jointly with non-citizens spouses. The Georgia State Clinic
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