KPMG reports: California, Illinois, Maine, Utah

KPMG reports: California, Illinois, Maine, Utah

KPMG’s This Week in State Tax—produced weekly by KPMG’s State and Local Tax practice—focuses on recent state and local tax developments.

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  • California: Voters in three Bay Area cities (San Francisco, Oakland, and Albany) approved ballot measures to impose taxes on soda and sugary beverages.
  • Illinois: A state appellate court held that a bank, in seeking a refund of the portion of the sales taxes attributable to amounts written off as bad debts for federal tax purposes, was entitled to a refund of retailer’s occupation tax remitted on purchases made by account holders that later defaulted. 
  • Maine: The state’s high court held that a telecommunications service provider was liable for sales tax on certain fees passed on to customers.
  • Utah: A state trial court held—in a case of first impression—that the tax authorities must apply federal regulations in transfer pricing disputes.

 

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