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(This article was originally published by Bloomberg’s Daily Tax Report: State.)

Recent developments in several key states, including Illinois, New York, Minnesota, and Oregon, will impact many captive insurance companies. These states are moving to include certain captives in corporate income tax combined returns with parents and affiliates. The effect of combination is to tax the captives’ investment income and to disallow the deductions for premiums paid to the captives. New York and Minnesota are also using the federal definitions of “insurance” to determine whether captive insurance companies are combinable and subject to corporate income tax.

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(This article originally was published by Law360 on October 10, 2017.)

States historically have had one major impediment to their ability to collect sales tax—the decision in Quill Corporation v. North Dakota to uphold a physical presence test standard for determining nexus.[1] Since the Quill decision, states have applied various approaches to limit or even eliminate Quill’s physical presence nexus standard. These approaches included lobbying Congress to provide federal legislation that would redefine nexus, enacting state “click-through” nexus statutes, and taking aggressive audit positions that limit the applicability of physical presence nexus.

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