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Texas Franchise and Sales Taxes: Recent Developments (2020)

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Texas Franchise and Sales Taxes: Recent Developments (2020)
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Viruses or not, the Texas Comptroller has been busy writing controversial franchise and sales tax rules while Texas courts are issuing decisions on a variety of franchise tax and sales tax issues. In fact, the Texas Supreme Court issued three cases on one day this April addressing the different cost of goods sold issues for the franchise tax. Learn about these new developments and how they may affect your practices and your clients.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2022

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Jimmy Martens

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Texas Franchise and Sales Taxes: Recent Developments (Jan 2021)

Viruses or not, the Texas Comptroller has been busy writing controversial franchise and sales tax rules while Texas courts are issuing decisions on a variety of franchise tax and sales tax issues. In fact, the Texas Supreme Court issued three cases on one day this April addressing the different cost of goods sold issues for the franchise tax. Learn about these new developments and how they may affect your practices and your clients.

Originally presented at: Dec 2020 Taxation Conference

Jimmy Martens, Martens, Todd, Leonard & Ahlrich - Austin, TX

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