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The Future of the Proposed Carried Interest Regulations

By Benjamin M. Willis and Monte A. Jackel | 08/06/2020

In this episode of Willis Weighs In, Benjamin M. Willis, Tax Notes Federal contributing editor, discusses carried interests with partnership tax expert Monte A. Jackel. Monte and Ben speculate on what the new regulations are expected to look like and provide their opinions on potential IRS overreaches likely to be overturned if potentially tenuous arguments are brought to court.

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COVID-19 Surcharges Are Taxable in South Carolina

By Lauren Loricchio | 08/07/2020

Charges added to the price of items sold by retailers to cover increased costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic are subject to sales tax in South Carolina, according to guidance issued by the state Department of Revenue.

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Significant Massachusetts Tax Developments Over the Last Year

By Philip S. Olsen | 08/06/2020

Philip S. Olsen of Davis Malm reviews recent Massachusetts tax developments in areas including COVID-19, corporate excise taxation, sales and use taxation, and personal income taxation.

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A Closer Look at Luxembourg’s Nondeductibility of Payments Draft Law

By Alex Pouchard | 08/03/2020

Alex Pouchard assesses the impact of Luxembourg’s proposed provision for the disallowance of some payments made to blacklisted jurisdictions on the Luxembourg investment fund industry in light of the widespread use of Cayman Islands fund vehicles.

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iWin: A Closer Look at Apple’s State Aid Victory

David D. Stewart, Ryan Finley, Stephanie Soong Johnston, Ariel S. Greenblum, and Alan I. Appel | August 06

Tax Notes chief correspondent Stephanie Soong Johnston and legal reporter Ryan Finley discuss Ireland and Apple Inc.’s state aid win with law professors Ruth Mason of the University of Virginia and Stephen Daly of King’s College London. In the segment "In the Pages Sneak Peek," Tax Notes Federal Editor in Chief Ariel Greenblum chats with Alan I. Appel, director of the international tax program at New York Law School, about his recent piece, "The Hidden Marriage Penalty Inside the TCJA."

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