Monthly Archives: September 2017

An Overview of the Unified Republican Framework on Tax Reform

On September 27, 2017, President Trump and the Republicans unveiled the elements of their tax reform framework. Here’s a quick overview of some of the proposed changes: Individual Taxes Standard Deduction: Under the proposed framework, that standard deductions will approximately be doubled to:
  • $24,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly, and
  • $12,000 for single

23 States Join the Multistate Tax Commission Amnesty Ending on October 17, 2017: “Fulfillment by Amazon” Companies Targeted

  By Attorney Morris N. Robinson, CPA, LLM[1]

Executive Summary

This article provides practitioners with a practical overview of (1) the changing law of nexus; (2) the Multistate Tax Commission Amnesty Program ending on October 17, 2017; and (3) on-going state voluntary disclosure programs. This article is particularly valuable ...

For Vendors Making Internet Sales to Massachusetts Customers-A New Proposed Regulation Expands the Definition of Tax Nexus

by Yale Yechiel N. Robinson, Esq. A new regulation in Massachusetts, 830 CMR 64H.1.7, will expand the definition of tax nexus for out-of-state vendors making internet sales to Massachusetts customers.  The regulation will become effective on October 1, 2017. Online sellers are subject to the new regulation if they meet the ...

Residency Tax Planning for Noncitizens Under IRS Publication 519

By Attorney Morris N. Robinson, CPA, LLM

Executive Summary

Noncitizens who intend to become residents of the United States are often well-advised to receive foreign-source earned income and recognize foreign-source capital gains before establishing residency in the United States. In our experience resident aliens and new ...