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Louisiana Sales/Use Tax Update



by Jaye A. Calhoun
McGlinchey Stafford - New Orleans Office

July 15, 2014

Previously published on Summer 2014

The Louisiana courts have been busy but very few recent Louisiana sales and use tax cases actually address substantive tax issues. Many of the the tax opinions issued by Louisiana courts over the last year or so, tell a cautionary tale to both the tax collector and to taxpayers about what not to do if you don’t want your tax dispute thrown out or remanded on procedural grounds. This report is going to be proactive though and outline what tax collectors and taxpayers must affirmatively do to get to their day in court!


 

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