Michigan's Supreme Court, in a July 14 ruling, held that the optional Multistate Tax Compact (MTC) three-factor apportionment formula is available to taxpayers paying Michigan's Business Tax.
CalTax Chief Tax Consultant David R. Doerr takes a look at the California Supreme Court decision in Serrano v. Priest .
The State Board of Equalization, at its July 17 meeting, adopted a regulation implementing the new manufacturing and research and development partial sales and use tax exemption.
The idea of a split roll property tax has been fully vetted and consistently rejected since the passage of Proposition 13 in 1978. This policy brief examines split roll proposals, and discusses how a split roll would negatively impact California's economy and taxpayers. Read more
An examination of how California would be different if Proposition 13 never existed. Read more
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