CCH's highly respected Journal of State Taxation, the oldest and leading publication of its kind, now comes to you six times per year with added columns and features delivering fresh, cutting edge guidance and insights from leading practitioners in state taxation.
Formerly a quarterly, this staple of SALT practice was created 25 years ago, "When state and local taxation was the stepchild of tax practice," according to Journal of State Taxation's editor-in-chief, James T. Collins. "Today, state and local tax issues are among the most challenging ones confronting businesses and high-wealth individuals." Our improved and more frequent Journal of State Taxation is designed to help practitioners meet, master and stay ahead of today's complex state tax challenges.
New Columns, Columnists
Over the years, Journal of State Taxation has offered many compelling and unique features, such as the popular Multistate Tax Charts and Frequently Asked Multistate Tax Questions, along with insightful articles that enhance professional state tax practice. The improved and more frequent Journal of State Taxation will include four regularly appearing, must-read columns by top names in state taxation:
- Mike Schadewald: Apportionment News
- Maryann Gall and Laura Kulwicki: Nexus News
- John Healy and Bruce Nelson: Sales Tax Corner
- Robert Sash and Brian Ertmer: State of the States
As always, JST continues to provides regular alerts that keep practitioners up-to-date on hot topics, such as state tax incentives, sales tax exemptions, refund opportunities and proposed, pending or recently enacted legislation, along with timely coverage of important cases and expert assessments of their impact. Journal of State Taxation remains true to its mission of delivering easy-to-read and easy-to-understand tips and suggestions from the nation's leading tax specialists on how to reduce state and local tax liabilities.