Brewing Up Tax Savings

Indiana craft breweries could see lower taxes in their future, thanks to a new bill recently introduced in the Indiana Senate[1]. The bill would significantly lower the state excise tax on beer, from $0.115 per gallon to $0.035 per gallon. However, to qualify for this lower excise tax

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Just SAY No – to Illinois Affiliate Nexus

Under Illinois law, an out-of-state retailer is subject to “click-through” nexus if an Illinois resident is compensated by the retailer for sales made via links or promo codes on their website or blog. Even if the out-of-state retailer has no physical presence in Illinois, they will still be considered to

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KY Intercompany Sales – Taxable or Exempt

Manufacturing companies commonly sell equipment, materials and supplies to their affiliates and other related companies. However, are these sales subject to Kentucky sales tax? Kentucky law begins with the assumption that all tangible personal property sales are subject to sales tax, unless they meet an exception[1]. Often overlooked

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Ohio Announces 2016 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Awards

On June 15th, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency announced the recipients of the 2016 Housing Tax Credit Awards (also known as Low-Income Housing Tax Credits or LIHTCs), which are used to fund the acquisition, construction, and rehabilitation of affordable housing. This year, 41 affordable housing developments in Ohio received tax

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