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Is your nonprofit selling goods online? U.S. Supreme Court provides reminder of potential sales tax liability

USA - January 17 2014 The U.S. Supreme Court has recently refused to intervene in the long-running skirmish over whether a state can compel online retailers to collect…

Co-authors: George E. Constantine, Walter R. Calvert.


The evolving Schedule K to IRS Form 990: Supplemental Information on Tax-Exempt Bonds

USA - October 17 2013 A 501(c)(3) organization with outstanding tax-exempt debt generally is required to file Schedule K "Supplemental Information on Tax-Exempt Bonds"…

Co-authors: Caryn G. Pass, Davis V.R. Sherman, Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum, Walter R. Calvert.


Maryland homestead property tax break

USA - November 16 2012 Maryland homeowners eligible for the Maryland Homestead Property Tax Credit need to file a one-time application by December 31st with the State in order to continue to take advantage of this benefit. 

Co-authors: Walter R. Calvert.


What you need to know regarding the new Maryland income tax credit for security clearance costs & construction of SCIFs

USA - May 1 2012 The recent passage of Senate Bill 296 will create an additional incentive for investment by the Maryland business community in cleared employees and Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs). 

Co-authors: Michael J. Baader , Anthony J. Rosso.


IRS announces September 16 deadline for initial allocation of credits for clean energy property manufacturing facilities

USA - August 17 2009 On August 13, 2009, the IRS set a very aggressive September 16, 2009 deadline for the new thirty percent investment tax credit for projects that re-equip, expand or establish a manufacturing facility for the production of clean energy property.

Co-authors: Charles Kolstad, Elias Hinckley, Jessica R. Lubar.

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