State and Local Tax News

Ohio State and Local Tax Updates August 2019

2018 Ohio individual and school district tax liabilities must be paid August 14, 2019 The Ohio Department of Taxation is reminding taxpayers to pay their 2018 Ohio individual and school district income tax liabilities, if they haven’t already done so. These payments were due on April 15, 2019 for tax year 2018. You can remit…

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Georgia State and Local Tax Updates August 2019

Georgia updates guidance on passage of the annual federal conformity law August 14, 2019 The Georgia Dept. of Revenue has updated its guidance on federal tax changes to reflect the passage of the annual federal conformity law. The guidance provides that Georgia follows the Internal Revenue Code’s loss limitation. However, before the loss limitation is applied,…

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Illinois State and Local Tax Updates August 2019

Illinois Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act amended August 14, 2019 The Illinois Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act has been amended and will provide an opportunity for taxpayers to have penalties and interest waived on outstanding tax liabilities. Eligible tax liabilities include any tax liability that wasn’t reported or paid for tax periods ending after June 30, 2011, and…

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Michigan State and Local Tax Updates August 2019

Michigan updates tobacco tax information guide August 14, 2019 Michigan has updated its tobacco tax information guide. The “Tobacco Tax Information Guide for Licensees, Retailers, and Others” has recently been revised and reissued. Among other topics, the updated guide includes discussions on tax rates, tobacco products tax returns and filing requirements, licensing requirements and types,…

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New York State and Local Tax Updates August 2019

New York corporate officer is liable for withholding employee taxes August 14, 2019 An administrative law judge (ALJ) ruled that the president’s liability was limited to when he was terminated. Although there was an agreement with another corporate officer to manage the company’s financial affairs, the ALJ stated that the taxpayer was nevertheless responsible for…

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