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Senior Tax Manager, International (San Jose, CA)

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TaxConnections has been retained to conduct a search for a Senior Tax Manager, International for a publicly listed company in the San Jose, CA area. Our client seeks a Senior Tax Manager who will report to the VP Tax and assist on a wide range of international tax responsibilities. Your willingness to expand your tax knowledge is key in this role. International experience with multinational operations in Asia and Germany very helpful.

Primary Responsibilities

This role requires an individual with the willingness to assist and take responsibility for a variety of interesting international tax projects as required or needed to include:

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Senior Tax Manager, International (San Jose, CA)

Senior Tax Manager, International Tax Job

TaxConnections has been retained to conduct a search for a Senior Tax Manager, International for a publicly listed company in the San Jose, CA area. Our client seeks a Senior Tax Manager who will report to the VP Tax and assist on a wide range of international tax responsibilities. Your willingness to expand your tax knowledge is key in this role.

Primary Responsibilities

This role requires an individual with the willingness to assist and take responsibility for a variety of interesting international tax projects as required or needed to include:

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Top Predictions You Need To Know: Wayfair V. South Dakota Onlines Sales Tax Case

As we wait for a decision in the Wayfair v. South DakotaSupreme Court Case regarding online sales tax, we thought it would be fun to take a look at possible outcomes depending on how the Court rules.

Our Opinion On The Online Sales Tax Case

Back in March we shared our predictions on how the online sales tax case’s outcome would affect businesses.

What if the Supreme Court rules against South Dakota? We’re back where we started with Quill remaining the physical presence standard and states passing various legislation that’s either unconstitutional (and likely not upheld) or that requires onerous reporting. Read more

The Latest In Online Sales Tax: Wayfair Vs. South Dakota Oral Arguments

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Wayfair v. South Dakota online sales tax case. While the court’s decision regarding the matter isn’t expected until June, the Justices’ questions in the matter reveal that it’s far from already settled, and they’re divided on whether or not Quill should be overruled.

South Dakota’s Arguments Regarding Quill

South Dakota’s Attorney General Marty Jackley began his statement, Read more

Arkansas And Its Tax Climate

This month we travel to the southern state of Arkansas, the Natural State. It is known for its abundant parks and wilderness areas, with terrain encompassing mountains, caves, rivers and hot springs. The rugged Ozarks region in the northwest portion of the state has hiking trails and limestone caves, such as Blanchard Springs Caverns.

The state’s diverse geography varies from mountain ranges from the Ozark and the Ouachita Mountains, which make up the U.S. Interior Highlands, to the densely forested land in the south known as the Arkansas Timberlands, to the eastern lowlands along the Mississippi River and the Arkansas Delta. Read more

2018 Car And Truck Depreciation Limits Explained

For this year’s 2018 Depreciation Limits, business use vehicles offer opportunities and challenges. Claiming depreciation as a business expense for personally available vehicles is a clear advantage. As is common, a “but” is included due to special rules known as “Listed Property” attributes. These rules recognize there are both personal and business attributes associated with the same asset; the vehicle has a value to the individual and their business using the vehicle which has necessitated specific 2018 Car and Truck Depreciation Limits.

The conceptual challenge is that there are differences between a business van say, for a “Construction Person”, and the “Executive” with a new Mercedes, known as Listed Property. Read more

Wayfair Files Online Sales Tax Legal Brief: What You Need To Know

If you’ve been following the online sales tax debate with us, you know the Wayfair v. South Dakota case is going before the U.S. Supreme Court shortly; oral arguments are scheduled for next week (April 17).

In the meantime, Wayfair has filed a legal brief along with two other online retailers: Overstock Inc. and Newegg Inc. Keep reading for a brief summary of their argument for maintaining the Quill ruling from 1992. Read more

Another Cryptocurrency Primer Of Our Cyber Universe: Who, What, And Why They Differ

  1. Who are the major players I think you should be aware of
  2. What’s a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization)?
  3. If Cyber Currency is so Great, Why are there so many challenges in the Community?
  4. My Crystal Ball

The cryptocurrency, or digital currently world is complex with a few core leaders and hundreds, if not thousands, of related active alternatives. All are predicated on the concept of the Blockchain or often referred to as the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). While the core history of Bitcoin and its related alternatives is fairly accessible via a simplified web search, popular media, and even “analog” books, I have determined that far too many do not understand the differences and similarities between and among these various alternative coins (Alt Coins). Read more

Pennsylvania And The Economic Nexus Bandwagon- No April Fools!

As you know from reading our blogs, multi-state tax can be difficult to navigate! When businesses sell their products across state lines, they need to think about whether they have taxable presence, or nexus, in the state and if their products are taxable.

Generally companies establish nexus by having a physical presence in the state. However, several states have recently been pushing the boundaries of defining the physical presence notion in order to generate more revenue. The concept of “economic nexus” is gaining greater momentum. Read more

The New Tax Code: Consider Savvy Restructuring

We won’t say we were barraged with questions of concern after the announcement of the most sweeping U.S. tax legislation in more than 30 years, but pretty darn close. At least we’re starting to have “Strategic” conversation about Taxes now instead of it being an afterthought.

The 2017 Tax Cuts Jobs Act And Opportunities

While the new legislation includes many pro-growth features, including a deep reduction in the corporate tax rate, a scaled-back state, and the local tax deduction, full-expensing for five years, and lower individual tax rates, discipline is essential. Read more

This Year’s Omnibus Bill: What About Internet Sales Tax?

Last week Congress passed the 2018 omnibus spending bill after finalizing the language at the last minute. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, specifically Rep. Kristi Noem, were pushing to include online sales tax legislation, but ultimately the House’s chief deputy whip, Rep. Patrick McHenry, “Signaled…that Noem’s measure won’t be included in the omnibus and hasn’t had enough vetting.”

About The Online Sales Tax Provision

Rep. Noem made an aggressive push to add the online sales tax legislation to the bill last minute. As The Hill explains: Read more

California’s Border Wall And Participation With State Tax Credits

The Federal Government’s proposed border wall with Mexico has been getting a lot of attention lately, particularly since the president recently visited the Golden State. One California legislator has an interesting take on the ongoing disagreement between California and the White House. Assemblyman Phil Ting, of CA, recently announced his bill, A.B. 2355, as a way to incentivize companies not to participate in the building of the wall.

The Logistics

As recently reported by Bloomberg BNA, companies that participate in the building of the Federal government’s proposed wall with Mexico, on the California border, would not be able to participate in several state tax credits. Read more