Tax & Accounting Blog

Kentucky Offers Tax Amnesty, Cutting Interest in Half and Waiving Penalties

Kentucky Offers Tax Amnesty, Cutting Interest in Half and Waiving Penalties

The new Kentucky Tax Amnesty Act authorizes a tax amnesty program, which will be run by the state Department of Revenue for a period of no less than 60 days and no more than 120 days beginning on a date yet to be set in the fiscal year July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. … Read More

New Indian White Paper Focuses on Potential Tax Avoidance Through Transfer Pricing

New Indian White Paper Focuses on Potential Tax Avoidance Through Transfer Pricing

The Indian government recently released a new report, White Paper on Black Money. The report claims that more than 60% of international trade is conducted between related parties, and that the companies can exert significant influence in locating costs and revenues. Several practitioners have criticized the report as utilizing skewed information in terms … Read More

Worker Classification Compliance: Maine Adopts Legislation Defining “Independent Contractor”

Worker Classification Compliance: Maine Adopts Legislation Defining “Independent Contractor”

“Worker classification” is the term used for the process of identifying which workers must be treated as employees of your organization, and which workers must be treated as legitimate nonemployee independent contractors. Worker classification cases are a major focus for the IRS and for many state governments as well, and there is cooperation among federal and state … Read More