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The Lake View Memorial Hospital and Clinic in Minnesota was denied a property tax exemption in February 2018. The Minnesota Tax Court stated that the Memorial Hospital failed the auxiliary-property test. Minnesota’s statute says that in order to qualify for the exemption a taxpayer must provide evidence of its not-for-profit status. The hospital did not provide the physician compensation, article of incorporation, and documentation related to the interdependence of the hospital and clinic.
For more information on this and other property tax issues, contact your state and local tax professional.
An Indiana married couple was recently assessed additional tax when the Indiana Department of Revenue determined that they did not qualify as professional gamblers. The State’s assessment is a result of a Federal adjustment. Professional gamblers report their winnings, losses, and expenses on Schedule C, which typically results in a lower income tax liability. The IRS’s denial of the taxpayer’s protest of their categorization as casual gamblers was adopted by the State without further analysis.
For more information on this and other income taxation rules, contact your state and local tax professional.
The recently enacted tax reform legislation represents the most significant overhaul of our tax laws in over 30 years. The act contains substantial changes to the taxation of businesses, individuals, multi-national companies, tax-exempt organizations and others. For more information on how this legislation will affect your business, check out our recent article, where we break down hot topics such as the corporate tax rate, pass-through income, and how you can move forward with an informed approach.
It’s back! The Tax Trends Webinar Series is designed to offer free education and provide information on innovative strategies to save you time and money. Our webinars this year include topics such as state income tax compliance, sales tax considerations, economic nexus, and more. Click here to view all of our Tax Trends sessions and to register.
The Ohio Department of Taxation began sending Failure to File notices by regular mail on June 5, 2017 to taxpayers who:
- Have not filed an Ohio School District Income Tax Return Form SD 100 for 2013, 2014 and/or 2015; and
- Appear to have lived in a taxing school district based on the school district number and/or mailing address reported on the taxpayer’s Ohio Individual Income Tax Return (Ohio Form IT-1040) filed for 2013, 2014, and/or 2015.
To learn more about the Ohio School District Income Tax, read their Guide.
If you receive(d) a notice and need assistance, please contact a member of our State and Local Tax Team.