Your Texas franchise tax questions: Answered
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Authored by RSM US LLP
Itâ€™s been a busy year in Texas: revised apportionment rules, three Texas Supreme Court cost of goods sold cases, research and development credit updates, and much more.Â The interconnectivity of the business environment and size of the growing Texas economy can mean broad and far-reaching impact for taxpayers in any state.
Watch this webcast with RSM state and local tax leaders to hear about these changes, key scenarios to consider, and the impact to your business.Â On this webcast we will:
- Discuss the application of apportionment rules that can shift tax burdens
- Explore the effects of recent Texas supreme court cases to your cost of goods sold deduction
- Provide updates on the Texas research and development credit
This article was written by RSM US LLP and originally appeared on 2021-03-02.
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