Today, more than 150 businesses nationwide wrote a letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi urging them to enact the Business Activity Tax Simplification Act this year. The businesses, which include many franchise companies, want to put an end to unfair, confusing and costly state corporate income taxation.
A man in the United Kingdom was recently served with a lawsuit through Facebook. How did this happen, and what are the risks of living through social networks?
This just in: some good news for Nevada’s small but vibrant film industry. Las Vegas-based Bennett Global Entertainment has announced its plans for a Las Vegas-based film production and distribution business that will create dozens of entertainment-related jobs in the city.
If you, like me, did not attend the 2012 IFA Convention, you may be interested in reading a couple of stories from those who did.
The Coalition for Interstate Tax Fairness & Job Growth, a group representing the interests of small and large businesses nationwide, re-launched today with a new name, website and strategy to combat unfair state and local corporate income taxation and support the Business Activity and Tax Simplification Act (BATSA).
The next meeting of the Kansas City Franchise Business Network is scheduled to occur on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at the Kansas City office of Armstrong Teasdale. The meeting will feature guest speaker Marcus A. Banks, Senior Vice President – Litigation and Government Relations of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation. Mr. Banks will discuss evaluating and assessing litigation risk, negotiating and resolving litigation, and identifying and securing insurance coverage for claims.