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Friday, July 21, 2017

Telecoms Face Tough Tax Questions Surrounding Realty Versus Personality Classifications

By: David Hughes, Matthew Boch and Dustin Davis
As published in: Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives (Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting), Volume 27, Number 6, September 2017

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The distinction between tangible personal property and real property for tax purposes is a significant one, especially for telecommunication companies. This article explores the ramifications of treating something as tangible personal or real property for sales/use and property tax purposes. 

Tax question? Click here to contact David Hughes.

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