Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Importance of Timely Electing Your Foreign Earned Income Exclusion

by Attorney Patricia Weisgerber, LL.M. Life as an American living abroad can conjure idyllic notions of painting en plein air in Paris or negotiating a last minute deal in Brussels. Not so idyllic, however, is the reality of filing U.S. tax returns from overseas. One of U.S. taxpayers living abroad is ...

Massachusetts Joins MTC Amnesty Program

Massachusetts Joins Multistate Tax Commission Amnesty Program For Most States Amnesty Features Complete Tax Forgiveness Urgent Action May Be Needed By Attorney Morris N. Robinson, CPA, LLM August 18, 2017 Boston – On August 18, 2017 Massachusetts joined 22 other participating states and the District of Columbia in offering a special limited-time tax amnesty through ...

“Drop Shipment” Sales Tax Rule Is Held Constitutional

In D & H Distributors, Inc. v. Commissioner of Revenue (July 31, 2017), the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) upheld the imposition of sales tax against a wholesaler that delivered goods directly to consumers in “drop shipment” transactions.