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Recent Texas Tax Appellate Court Opinions

The Texas Third Court of Appeals recently issued several Texas tax opinions, regarding both Texas franchise tax and Texas sales tax.  This blog post summarizes those Texas tax opinions. Texas Sales and Use Tax Cantu Enterprises, LLC v. Hegar, et al.  The Third Court of Appeals held that a taxpayer was not entitled to the […]

Texas Comptroller appeals taxpayer’s margin tax win in Titan Transportation

The Texas Comptroller filed a petition for review with the Texas Supreme Court, asking it to overturn the Third Court of Appeals’ decision in the taxpayer’s favor in Titan Transportation, L.P. v. Combs. That decision rejects the Texas Comptroller’s narrow, restrictive interpretation of the revenue exclusion for certain payments to those who perform work on […]

Texas Comptroller Hearing Decision Highlights Importance of Terminating Business Entities

A new Texas Comptroller hearing decision spotlights the importance of terminating business entities after they conclude their business.  Doing so helps limit the entity’s exposure to potential tax assessments.  This is because it, in many cases, may effective reduce the amount of time the Comptroller has to make an assessment against the entity.  I’ll discuss […]

A Warm Welcome to Amanda Traphagan, Texas Tax Attorney

I’m pleased to announce that the firm has hired Amanda Traphagan, Texas tax attorney. You can read more about her by following the link. I worked with Amanda at my previous firm, and she is one of the brightest and most creative attorneys I’ve ever met. She also always has her clients’ best interests in mind. […]


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