Tax & Accounting Blog

Montana Gives Property Tax Relief To Those Affected By Wildfires

Montana Gives Property Tax Relief To Those Affected By Wildfires

The Montana Department of Revenue encourages Montana property owners and businesses whose homes, outbuildings, forestland, buildings, or equipment are damaged or destroyed during wildfire season to apply for property tax relief. Tax relief may also be provided to property owners or businesses whose assets are partially or completely destroyed by wildfire and are no longer … Read More

Why Nature of Income Paid to Foreign Vendors Matters Part 6 – Exemptions from Withholding

Why Nature of Income Paid to Foreign Vendors Matters Part 6 – Exemptions from Withholding

Whether an exemption from withholding under either income tax rules or an applicable income tax treaty applies depends on the character of the U.S.-source income being paid (as defined by U.S. tax rules). For example, a foreign vendor with income that is effectively connected to the conduct of a U.S. trade or business (called “ECI”) … Read More

Sales Tax vs. Value Added Tax – Calculation and Compliance Differences

Sales Tax vs. Value Added Tax – Calculation and Compliance Differences

Guest Blogger: Diane Yetter, CPA, MST, is founder of YETTER, a sales tax consulting and tax technology firm. Any tax practitioner who deals with company operations in multiple countries should be aware of the differences between sales tax and value added tax (VAT).  While you may be well versed in how sales and … Read More