Business vs. Nonbusiness Income: When to Allocate and When to Apportion
UDITPA Standards, Transactional and Functional Tests for Income Characterization
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This course will provide SALT tax advisers with a thorough and practical guide to distinguishing between business and nonbusiness income for purposes of determining multistate allocation vs. apportionment. The panel will discuss distinctions between business income which must be apportioned and allocable (nonbusiness) income, detail states that vary from general rules, demonstrate various tests for distinguishing income, and outline possible tax advantages to structuring nonbusiness income by domicile.
- Allocation vs. apportionment principles
- Determining business income
- Transactional test
- Functional test
- Multistate Tax Commission definition
- Other tests and standards
- State tests
- Characterization of specific types of income
- Domicile questions
The panel will discuss these and other issues:
- Dividend, interest, capital gains, and royalty income as business vs. nonbusiness income
- Income from partnership interests owned by a corporation
- Classification of rents
- State trends in following or deviating from UDITPA principles
Michael J. Cataldo
Cataldo Tax Law
Mr. Cataldo represents corporate and individual clients in state and local tax controversies across the country during... | Read More
Mr. Cataldo represents corporate and individual clients in state and local tax controversies across the country during audits, administrative appeals, litigation and settlement. He also provides state and local tax planning and transactional advice. His practice focuses primarily on state and local corporate income and franchise tax, sales and use tax, real property transfer tax, personal income tax and gross receipts tax imposed by jurisdictions throughout the country. He regularly represents and advises clients from a broad range of industries on issues such as nexus, apportionment, business/non-business income, unitary combined reporting, and the taxability and sourcing of transactions for sales and use taxes.Close
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