Reflects Seasoned Experience in State and Local Tax Matters
Baker McKenzie’s North America Tax Practice Group offers a new blog, SALT Savvy, providing timely insights and guidance on noteworthy state and local tax matters important to companies operating within the United States.
Topics cover a range of state and local tax issues and developments, including federal and state tax legislation, state tax regulations and administrative guidance, and key judicial and administrative decisions. The blog also shares our Firm’s insights into and practical experiences with current state tax “hot” topics, like economic nexus, the use of discretionary authority, key apportionment sourcing considerations and state-level transfer pricing developments. The blog is available at: www.saltsavvy.com.
“As the state and local tax environment continues to rapidly evolve, the blog allows our SALT practitioners from across the country to share insights and practical experiences with clients and the broader tax community on a real-time basis,” said Scott Brandman, Member of the North America Tax Practice Management Committee.
“We have been building our reputation in the state and local tax community for many years. And, recently, our excellent team has been joined by several fine practitioners around the country to serve our clients’ expanding needs. As our SALT practice continues to grow, this blog is the natural next step for us to share our region-wide experiences on an ever-changing — and ever-challenging — area of tax law,” said Tom Linguanti, Chair of the North American Tax Practice.
The SALT Savvy blog features posts from the Firm’s State and Local Tax practice and, where appropriate, our North America Tax Practice Group, a network of more than 250 lawyers consistently recognized as one of the premier tax practices in the United States and other countries.
“As we grow and evolve, our SALT group continuously seeks to identify effective and efficient means of informing, advising and serving our clients. Our blog embodies this purpose by allowing us to communicate with our clients and friends regarding current state and local tax developments and their impact on business. We look forward to continuing to provide our thoughts and insights through this medium and welcome feedback,” said Ted Bots, Chair of the State and Local Taxation Practice.