This acquisition is not taxable to Smallco or its shareholders under U. Significant restrictions and special rules often apply. Corporations may also be subject to additional taxes in certain circumstances. Most recently, at our May Meeting last month, Mark A.
Before pursuing a career in association management, John was a journalist, practicing lawyer, and lobbyist. Each adopts its own set of rules and definitions, frequently layered atop those flowing through from the federal code. Most states stand to see increased revenue due to federal tax reform, with expansions of the tax base reflected in state tax systems while corresponding rate reductions fail to flow down.
Finally, a handful of states only conform selectively, incorporating certain federal provisions or definitions by reference, but omitting large swaths of the federal tax code and forgoing the use of federal definitions of income as their own starting points for calculation.
Even when static conformity states routinely incorporate updated versions of the federal tax code, the process introduces some measure of uncertainty, and with the recent tax overhaul at the federal level, some states may weigh their options before adopting new IRC conformity legislation.
Examples of reorganizations that may be tax free include mergers, liquidations of subsidiaries, share for share exchanges, exchanges of shares for assets, changes in form or place of organization, and recapitalizations.
As a result, the deficit has been cut in half. Stay Informed on Tax Policy Research and Analysis Eighteen states and the District of Columbia have rolling conformity, nineteen have static conformity, and four only conform selectively without universal reference to a specific version of the IRC.
As representative of the Committee for the Courtesy Call, T. Some states adopt large swaths of the federal tax code by reference; others use it as a starting point, then tinker endlessly; and still others incorporate federal provisions and definitions more sparingly.