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Arkansas Tax and Incentives Update

Summary of 2017 Arkansas Sales and Use Tax Legislation

Posted On: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

There were relatively limited changes to Arkansas sales and use tax laws in the 2017 legislative session. The big news is Act 465, which phases out the InvestArk sales/use tax credit program while bringing in an exemption for manufacturing partial repairs and replacement parts. While a welcome simplification of the Arkansas tax system, the loss of InvestArk will affect many Arkansas manufacturers. Businesses should consider filing a final InvestArk application by June 30, 2017. Beyond Act 465, the Act 141 expansion of the tax base to include digital products is significant and may affect taxpayers engaged in e-commerce. Read More

Arkansas Taxing Lawn-less "Lawn Care"

Posted On: Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Perhaps the scariest aspect of law to a small business is when words are defined to have a special meaning inconsistent with ordinary usage. An herbicide-spraying taxpayer learned this to its detriment in the Department of Finance and Administration's Office of Hearings and Appeals Administrative Decision no. 16-387 (Oct. 10, 2016), which upheld taxation of herbicide spraying as "lawn care" even in instances where no lawn apparently was involved. Read More


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