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BTI West is coming back for a 3rd year! Register for the Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute West – December 3-4 in San Diego

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When: December 3-4, 2015 Where: The Westin San Diego, San Diego, California Register today! We are proud to announce that BTI West will be coming back for a third year! For 49 years the annual BTI East in Orlando has provided bank and tax professionals from financial institutions and accounting firms in-depth analysis and practical …

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IRS Releases Favorable Guidance for Individual Investors in Community Solar to Claim Section 25D Tax Credit

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The IRS recently issued a Private Letter Ruling (PLR) clarifying that an individual investor in a net-meted community solar project may claim the federal residential Investment Tax Credit (ITC) under Section 25D of the Internal Revenue Code. (A copy of the PLR is available here.) The PLR is also significant because it appears to eliminate a …

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Attend the 50th Annual Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute East – November 4-6, Lake Buena Visa, FL

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When: November 4-6, 2015 Where: Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Visa, Orlando, FL Register now! For the past 49 years Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute (BTI) has provided bank and tax professionals from financial institutions and accounting firms in-depth analysis and practical solutions to the most pressing issues facing the industry. With cutting-edge sessions, speakers and …

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Illinois Department of Revenue Issues Proposed Amendments to Shipping and Handling Regulations

The Illinois Department of Revenue (Department) recently proposed amendments to its regulations governing the taxability of shipping and handling charges. The Proposed Amendments to 86 Ill. Admin Code §§ 130.415 and 130.410 (Proposed Amendments) are intended “to incorporate the holding of the Illinois Supreme Court in Kean v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 235 Ill. 2d 351 …

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Days of Tax-Free Internet Sales May Soon Be Over With Introduction of Remote Transactions Parity Act

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The imposition of sales tax on internet transactions is a continuing topic of conversation on Capitol Hill that has recently gained even more momentum. In June, Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Rep. Steve Womack introduced the Remote Transaction Parity Act (RTPA), a bill which would require online retailers to collect sales taxes from buyers in remote …

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