Multistate – Last-minute tax filers could receive surprise IRS bonus

Some Americans may still be waiting to receive their 2019 tax refunds from the IRS – or still waiting to file altogether – and that could mean their checks might be a little bit larger upon receipt. The tax agency announced this week that it Continue reading Multistate – Last-minute tax filers could receive surprise IRS bonus

Colorado – Tax Scam Preventative Measures

Salt Report 3594 – The Colorado Department of Revenue has identified an increase in potentially fraudulent activity on individual income tax returns. CDOR is closely monitoring income tax filings and diligently working with other states and industry members to ensure Continue reading Colorado – Tax Scam Preventative Measures

ZSA Special Report – BOE Chairman, Jerome E. Horton on Gov’t Shutdown

The Honorable Jerome E. Horton, Chairmain of the California Board of Equalization and member of the Franchise Tax Board has issued a statment on the impact of the federal government shutdown on taxpayers in California. “The Board of Equalization and Continue reading ZSA Special Report – BOE Chairman, Jerome E. Horton on Gov’t Shutdown

Maine – Guidance on Commercial Agricultural Production

SALT Report 2683 – Maine Revenue Services has updated a sales and use tax bulletin regarding commercial agricultural production because it did not address the sales tax exemptions available for certain products used in commercial agricultural production and animal agricultural Continue reading Maine – Guidance on Commercial Agricultural Production

Colorado – State Tax Refunds Not Subject to Recovery Audit Statute

SALT Report 2028 – The Colorado Attorney General issued a ruling regarding the state’s recovery audit statute, 24-30-203.5, C.R.S. The statute allows the state to identify improper payments made by a state agency to a vendor or other entity. Th… Continue reading Colorado – State Tax Refunds Not Subject to Recovery Audit Statute