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May 25 - New FAQs for QI / WP / WT
May 23 - IRS five-year strategic plan
Apr 24 - Kentucky: Tax reform legislation
Dec 22 - President signs tax bill into law
Dec 11 - New FAQs for QI / WP / WT
Apr 10 - KPMG reports: California (market-based sourcing); Massachusetts (internet retailers); Oregon (P.L. 86-272 protection); Washington (look-through sourcing); Washington (bakery use tax collection)
Mar 27 - KPMG reports: Arizona (rental of tangible personal property); Colorado (use-tax notice reporting); New York (sales and use tax); North Carolina (market-based sourcing); Multistate (federal due date conformity)
Mar 15 - Treasury position nominees announced
Jan 30 - KPMG reports: Arizona (mining equipment); Arkansas (unclaimed property); Michigan (unitary group); Nebraska (unclaimed property); South Dakota (unclaimed property); Multistate (pay-ratio reporting)
Sep 15 - Campaign 2016: Trump’s tax plan
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