Steve Jasper Co-Authors Articles on Unknown Local Taxes Businesses Need to Consider

November 5, 2019
Tax Notes State

In connection with his presentation at the Paul J. Hartman State & Local Tax Forum, Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Steve Jasper co-authored an article outlining some of the more significant locally imposed taxes that could cause unexpected issues for businesses entering a new jurisdiction. Steve co-authored the article with his fellow co-panelists from the Forum, including: attorney Mitchell A. Newmark with Morrison & Foerster LLP; attorney Carley A. Roberts with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP; and attorney Breen M. Schiller with Horwood Marcus & Berk Chtd. The authors analyzed several specific local taxes that businesses should be aware of when expanding to new geographical areas, including:

  • Personal Property Lease Transaction Tax in Chicago
  • A variety of new taxes targeting the business community in San Francisco
  • Commercial Rent Tax in New York City
  • Payroll Tax in Jersey City, New Jersey
  • Local Property Tax in New Jersey
  • Income Tax Credits in New Jersey
  • Business Tax in Tennessee

The full article, “Navigating Local Labyrinths: Practitioners’ Guide to Local Taxes,” was published by Tax Notes State on October 28, 2019, and is available online (subscription required).