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State income and franchise tax strategies to support your business goals

Income and franchise taxes can be a significant portion of the overall SALT exposure for companies doing business in multiple states. Each state has its own rules, unique compliance challenges and planning opportunities. Our experienced SALT team works with you to resolve your income and franchise tax concerns. Services include:

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Connecticut releases notice on single-sales factor and market sourcing

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Connecticut releases notice on single-sales factor and market sourcing

Department of Revenue Services provides guidance on recent legislative apportionment changes to the state business tax and income tax.

California FTB issues guidance on application of section 382

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California FTB issues guidance on application of section 382

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