Guidebook to Kentucky Taxes (Guidebook to State Taxes: Pennsylvania)

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9780808015161: Guidebook to Kentucky Taxes (Guidebook to State Taxes: Pennsylvania)
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CCH's Guidebook to Kentucky Taxes is the perfect resource for concise and reliable information for practitioners working with state taxation in Kentucky. Designed as a quick reference work, the Guidebook presents succinct discussions of state and local taxes, describing the general provisions of the respective tax laws and regulations and highlighting significant cases and administrative rulings. This annual publication is useful to tax practitioners, in-state and multistate businesspersons, and those who are obligated to file Kentucky returns or who are required to deal with Kentucky taxes. SPECIAL BONUS! The Guidebook comes complete a special bonus CPE course supplement entitled "Top Multistate Tax Issues for 2007," which focuses in on significant state tax topics and developments. This Top Tax Issues Course allows professionals to earn CPE credit while keeping up-to-date on important tax issues (grading fee additional). This authoritative Guidebook is the one source those involved with Kentucky taxation need for timely and accurate answers in a convenient and accessible desktop format. It presents concise coverage of the taxes of major interest including: - personal income tax - corporate income tax - corporate license (franchise) tax - financial institutions (franchise) tax - sales and use tax - property taxes - public utility taxes - severance taxes - environmental taxes and fees - gasoline and special fuels taxes - motor vehicle usage tax - motor vehicle registration fees - alcoholic beverages taxes - cigarettes and tobacco taxes - taxes on health care providers - local taxes - estate and gift tax - unemployment insurance tax Emphasis is placed on persons or transactions subject to tax; exemptions; basis and rate of tax; and returns and payment. The Guidebook includes special practical tips, pointers and examples to practitioners by Mark F. Sommer, J.D., of the Louisville office of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC. This valuable commentary and

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Mark F. Sommer, J.D., is a member of the law firm of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC in the firm's Louisville, KY office. He is Chair of the firm's Tax & Employee Benefits Practice Group and Team Leader of its State and Local Tax Team. Mr. Sommer's primary areas of practice are state, local and federal taxation, civil and criminal tax controversy/litigation, and economic development/incentives. He has successfully counseled and advocated in hundreds of federal, state and local tax controversy and planning matters, both administratively and in litigation, involving multiple types of businesses, trusts and individual taxpayers wherein collectively hundreds of millions of dollars were at risk. Mr. Sommers is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, Supreme Court of Kentucky, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, U.S. District Court--Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, U.S. District Court--Northern District of Illinois, and U.S. District Court--Southern District of Indiana. He is the Kentucky Correspondent for the CCH E-Commerce Tax Alert and Tax Analysts' State Tax Notes, and he written and contributed to numerous other tax law treatises, books and journals. He is also a frequent speaker at numerous state and national conferences and seminars. Mr. Sommers serves on Advisory Boards for Multistate Tax Institute/Deloitte & Touche National Tax Conference at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Journal of State Taxation and the Multi-State Corporate Tax Guide. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association (Tax Section, including past service as Liaison to the Kentucky Society of CPAs), American Bar Association (Tax Section, Committee on State and Local Taxes), Federal Bar Association (Tax Section), Louisville Bar Association (Tax Section), Franklin County Bar Association, Louisville Bar Center, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Property Tax Attorneys, Counci

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