Feb 08, 2016
From KPMG TaxWatch
Under legislation signed into law last year, North Carolina corporate taxpayers with apportionable income greater than $10 million and an apportionment percentage less than 100 percent are required to recompute and report their 2014 apportionment for both corporate income and capital stock tax purposes using market-based sourcing rules. The North Carolina Department of Revenue recently issued expansive market-based sourcing guidelines, which can be accessed on the Department’s website. The Department also recently issued the Form CD-400MS that is to be used for the market-based sourcing information reports. All information reports are due by April 15, 2016, even those for
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