SALT & Pepper

  • March 2015 State Tax Credit and Incentive Update

    This is the third in a monthly series outlining updates in state tax credits and incentives, including but not limited to legislative, gubernatorial and case law updates. While tax credits and incentives have their fair share of critics, they are a reality in today's competitive business environment with states competing with each other for jobs and investment. The good news for all types of entities is that state tax credits and incentives are available and can benefit an entity in many ways...
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  • State Tax Developments for Pass-Through Entities: Apportionment of Income for Corporate Partners

    State taxation of corporate partners in multistate partnerships raises interesting issues. In many circumstances, the corporate partner is subject to multistate taxation and is therefore engaged in the process of allocating and apportioning its income on a multistate basis. The difference between allocating and apportioning partnership income could have a material impact on a corporation's state blended rates utilized for provision purposes and could go as far as turning an otherwise non-cash paying taxpayer into one that pays cash taxes...
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  • Enforcement of US Judgments in England Are Not Difficult

    Despite the lack of reciprocal arrangements between the US and England, it is possible to enforce a US judgment in the English courts. The procedure to do so is quick and cost-effective. And, the reason to do so is primarily to recover assets to satisfy the judgment.
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About HMB Law

Welcome to HMB's SALT & Pepper blog. As the title suggests, this blog tracks important and emerging issues, trends and developments that affect our clients not only in State and Local Tax (SALT) but also in other disciplines and industries. This blog is designed to be a helpful resource. We hope our readers will find it practical, insightful and valuable.

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