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Webcast: ONESOURCE Indirect Tax: Understanding Nexus to Avoid Unexpected Liability

Webcast: ONESOURCE Indirect Tax: Understanding Nexus to Avoid Unexpected Liability

Join Nicole Huberty, Lead Legal Analyst for Thomson Reuters, on November 8th, 2012, 10AM PT / 1PM ET for this nexus web presentation. Topics include: * The legal definition & background of nexus * Types of activities and the level of activity that creates nexus * How states will monitor your nexus and what to do … Read More

Live from Synergy 2012- Join the Journey Day #1

Live from Synergy 2012- Join the Journey Day #1

We’ve kicked off Synergy 2012- Join the Journey! This jam-packed conference will allow over 1400 customers to engage with fellow tax professionals, learn best practices for using your ONESOURCE solution, and preview upcoming enhancements that will boost your user experience. Visit the ONESOURCE global page to view today’s video, as well as the … Read More

FATCA Intergovernmental Agreements: Netherlands and New Zealand Pursuing Agreements with the U.S.

FATCA Intergovernmental Agreements: Netherlands and New Zealand Pursuing Agreements with the U.S.

New Zealand Revenue Minister Peter Dunne has announced that his government intends to negotiate a FATCA tax information agreement with the United States, under which New Zealand financial institutions will be able to report information on their United States clients, as sought under the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, to New Zealand Inland Revenue … Read More

Mississippi Introduces a Revised Annual Information Return Form

Mississippi Introduces a Revised Annual Information Return Form

The Mississippi Department of Revenue has announced that for 2012 tax reporting, a single Annual Information Return Form 89-140 will be used for both Form W-2 wage reports and Form 1099 or W-2G non-wage income reports.  The Form 89-142 used for 2011 and prior years to report 1099 information has been discontinued.  For tax … Read More

Foreign Nationals: Resident Alien or Nonresident Alien and Why It Matters: Part 2 – Tax Rules and Procedures for Nonresident Aliens

Foreign Nationals: Resident Alien or Nonresident Alien and Why It Matters: Part 2 – Tax Rules and Procedures for Nonresident Aliens

Foreign nationals who are nonresident aliens for U.S. income tax purposes are subject to the following tax rules and procedures: 1. Taxation of U.S.-Source Income. Nonresident aliens are subject U.S. federal income tax on their U.S.-source fixed or determinable annual or periodic (FDAP) gross income and on income that is effectively connected to the conduct … Read More