Signed May 1, 2019, Indiana Senate Bill 563, adopts market-based sourcing rules and also makes certain other changes to Indiana’s apportionment provisions, effective retroactively for tax years beginning after December 31, 2018. Physical presence is not required to establish nexus for Indiana corporate income tax purposes (effective January 1, 2019).
2019 began with expansion for the construction industry, a recent Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) study reports. According to ABC, nonresidential spending totaled $762.5 billion for January 2019, which represents an increase of 4.8 percent over January 2018. Similarly, FMI’s recent first quarter 2019 report indicated the engineering
Part I: Much needed Guidance for Start-Ups and Operating Businesses The IRS and Treasury issued a second round of proposed rules on April 17, 2019. The second round of Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) guidance includes a total of 169 pages covering topics ranging from additional definitions of the commonly used
Historical Acquisition Funding For decades, a common funding method for private company acquisitions has been term loans obtained from commercial banks, a form of “senior” financing. This financing is generally supported (collateralized) by a pledge of all business assets of the company. These loans carry a stipulated interest rate, and
The optimistic outlook for manufacturing companies in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and across the United States has reached a record high. It appears that many of the changes ushered in through tax reform combined with pro-growth policies enacted by the current administration are allowing manufacturing companies to seize new opportunities in