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S-CORP Testifies on Nexus Issues

The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing Wednesday on the Business Activity Tax Simplification Act of 2013 (H.R. 2992), a bill that seeks to rationalize the current maze of state and local practices when it comes to taxing businesses residing outside their borders.

Testifying in support of the legislation was S-CORP Chairman Tony Simmons, President and CEO of the McIlhenny Company. In his testimony, Tony got right to the heart of the matter and described the burden faced by his and similar companies doing conducting business across state lines:

Monitoring, interpreting, and compliance with, in many cases, unclear and constantly changing

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2019-02-01T20:05:24+00:00February 28, 2014|

Health Care Update

The idea of taxing high cost plans is relatively new, and there are many outstanding questions about how it would work. For example, how exactly how would this excise tax raise revenue? The Senate plan imposes a 40 percent excise tax on high value plans with a cumulative cost of more than $21,000. But medical loss ratios for private health insurance plans easily exceed 60 percent of premiums, so insurance companies confronted with a 40 percent excise tax will simply stop issuing those plans.


At the employer level, that means if an employer used to offer

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2019-02-06T17:21:55+00:00October 6, 2009|