Blog Posts in January, 2016

  • California Supreme Court Rules Against Taxpayers in Multistate Tax Compact Apportionment Case

    Reversing the California Court of Appeal in a case in which the issue was whether, for years between 1993 and 2005, multistate businesses (Taxpayers) could elect the standard, i.e., equal-weighted, 3-factor apportionment formula set forth in the Multistate Tax Compact (Compact) for purposes of apportioning their business income to California or were required to use the double-weighted sales factor ...
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  • Attorney Dakessian Talks About Court Upholding Tax Law That Helps CA Businesses

    As of late December 2015, the Supreme Court upheld a state law that readjusted multistate businesses’ income taxes; however, it only helped the companies based in California and harmed out-of-state businesses. This ruling impacted six major firms, including Proctor & Gamble, Sigma-Aldrich, Jones Apparel Group, Gillette, Kimberly-Clark and RB Holdings. They sought a $34 million refund for taxes ...
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