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European Countries Push Forward on Digital Taxes Despite Pleas to Wait

On February 7th, France and Germany, the two largest economies in Europe, announced their intentions to target the Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, referred to as GAFA, with new taxes. These countries have argued that GAFA are paying far less … Continue reading

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Undeclared Foreign Income (2018) – IRS Worldwide Income | U.S. Taxes

Undeclared Foreign Income (2018) – IRS Worldwide Income | U.S. Taxes Undeclared Foreign Income – IRS Worldwide Income | U.S. Tax Basics by Golding & Golding Undeclared Foreign Income usually comes in the form of Foreign Investment income, such as … Continue reading

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Red, Blue, Taxes, and Education

A week ago, in Makers and Takers, Red and Blue, Federal Tax Deductions and State Taxes, I examined William Baldwin’s list of eight states where he concludes “takers” are driving out the makers and the correlation of the tax rates … Continue reading

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Agreement to Fund Government Delays Three Health Care-Related Taxes

Lawmakers in the Senate and the House have struck a deal on a continuing resolution to end a brief shutdown and fund the government through February 16, 2018. The continuing resolution also delays several taxes related to health care. Specifically, … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Internet Retail Taxes

Today the United States Supreme Court announced it will hear the South Dakota challenge in the 1992 Quill decision. In South Dakota v. Wayfair, the South Dakota Supreme Court ruled the economic nexus standard for sales tax established by the … Continue reading

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