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Arkansas Tax and Incentives Update

Summary of 2017 Arkansas Income Tax Legislation

Posted On: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

With the legislature in recess before returning for sine die in early May, here is a summary of the 2017 income tax legislation. Particularly significant adjustments have been made to passthrough taxation in terms of (1) federal S corporation election conformity, (2) passthrough entity-level apportionment instead of separate allocation, and (3) passthrough withholding on nonresident corporate partners; all are effective January 1, 2018. (If an effective date is not specifically listed, it should be 90 days after adjournment sine die, on or around July 30, 2017.) Read More

The "Arkansas Two-Step": Arkansas Income Tax for Multistate Passthroughs Before and After HB1562

Posted On: Wednesday, March 22, 2017

House Bill 1562, now Act 482, was a technical change to Arkansas taxation of multistate passthrough enterprises that basically conforms the law to what has been common compliance practice of apportionment at the partnership level. Arkansas law will continue to treat the resulting passthrough Arkansas income as allocable up to the partners.  Read More

Arkansas Tax Traps and Found Money in Little Rock on November 16

Posted On: Sunday, September 18, 2016

We're bringing it home: The Dover Dixon Horne state tax team (Michael Parker, Matt Boch, & T.J. Lawhon) is going to present our "Arkansas Tax Traps and Found Money" seminar at the Arkansas State Chamber in Little Rock on November 16, 2016.  Read More

Arkansas DFA "Vodafones" Taxpayer's Refund Claims

Posted On: Sunday, July 10, 2016

Make sure that you get your apportionment right on the original return:  In a Department of Finance and Administration hearing decision, nos. 16-202 and 16-203 (May 27, 2016), the administrative law judge upheld the use of alternative apportionment to deny a refund claim.  The facts unfortunately resemble the unfairness of Tennessee's Vodafone case: The taxpayer realized that the wrong sourcing methodology had been used on the original returns and filed refund claims claiming the benefit of the statutory methodology. The tax administrator invoked alternative apportionment (Ark. Code Ann.ยง 26-51-718) to require the original return methodology and thereby deny the claims. Read More


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