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KPMG reports: Arizona, Arkansas, Michigan, Nebraska, South Dakota, Multistate

Arizona, Arkansas, Michigan, Nebraska, Multistate

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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  • Arizona: The state tax court held that fuel trucks were directly used in mining and were therefore exempt from the “transaction privilege tax.” 
  • Arkansas: The legislature is considering a bill that would affect unclaimed property reporting and remittance procedures for certain types of securities-related property. 
  • Michigan: The state’s Supreme Court declined to review a decision of an appellate court that invalidated guidance from the Michigan Treasury Department—specifically guidance concerning the ownership test applied in determining when entities are included in a unitary group.
  • Nebraska: Legislation has been proposed that would transpose into state law, the “Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act.”
  • South Dakota: A bill being considered by the legislature would affect unclaimed property reporting and remittance procedures for certain types of securities-related property. 
  • Multistate: Certain states—Minnesota, Rhode Island, and Connecticut—have proposed to adopt and impose a surtax that would apply to a corporation’s state corporate income tax liability subject to the SEC’s pay-ratio reporting requirements. In general, the pay-ratio rule compares the compensation of the company’s CEO to the median pay for employees. The rate of the surtax is dependent on the company’s reported ratio.


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