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Recent Posts by Tarra Curran and Ann Brown

7 Ways COVID-19 May Affect State & Local Filing Requirements
Posted by Tarra Curran and Ann Brown on Mon, Aug 3, 2020 @ 08:00 AM

The state and local tax implications for your business will require careful attention in the COVID-19 pandemic environment. Remote work during shutdown orders led to many workers finding themselves working for an organization from a different state. Some may even opt to change locations now that working virtually has become a more permanent option.

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Topics: Tarra Curran, state and local tax (SALT), new england state and local tax, Ann Brown, COVID19, Coronavirus, COVID-19, remote work

COVID-19: Remote Workers Bring a New Set of Tax Challenges
Posted by Tarra Curran and Ann Brown on Tue, Apr 14, 2020 @ 05:23 PM

As more states are extending their COVID-19 shelter-at-home orders into the summer months, businesses may be operating remotely longer. The logistics of allowing employees to work from home can be difficult, given the increased demand on IT infrastructures alone, but complying with state and local tax laws will also be a challenge.

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Topics: state and local tax (SALT), new england state and local tax, Ann Brown, COVID19, Coronavirus, COVID-19, remote work

Payment Relief for Personal Income and Corporate Excise Taxpayers Impacted by Coronavirus in Massachusetts
Posted by Tarra Curran and Ann Brown on Fri, Apr 3, 2020 @ 04:01 PM

On April 3, the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (“DOR”) released a Technical Information Release (“TIR”) that announced tax filing and payment relief for personal income tax and payment relief for corporate excise tax, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Topics: state and local tax (SALT), new england state and local tax, SALT cap tax, Ann Brown, COVID19, Coronavirus, COVID-19

The Latest Development in Sales Tax Policy: Marketplace Facilitator Laws
Posted by Tarra Curran and Ann Brown on Thu, Nov 7, 2019 @ 05:54 PM

It is a well-known fact that states and local governments have been grappling with falling sales tax revenues in recent years. The decline in sales tax revenue is a result of a shift in consumer habits trending towards more frequent online shopping and purchases of personal services. These shifts in purchasing habits directly affect sales tax collections because historically online vendors lacking physical presence were not subject to state sales tax requirements. Furthermore, services are typically not subject to sales tax.

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Topics: Tarra Curran, State tax, Sales Tax, sales and use tax, state and local tax (SALT), new england state and local tax, SALT cap tax, Ann Brown

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