The Illinois Department of Revenue (“IDOR” or “Department”) recently issued a Notice of Proposed Amendment to amend its Regulation (86 Ill. Admin. Code § 100.3200) governing the “throwback” and “throwout” apportionment provisions (the “Amendments”). 46 Ill. Reg. ___ (Apr. 15, 2022), at 5856. If adopted, the Amendments would change the Illinois income tax burden imposed on a business by altering the business’ apportionment with respect to sales made into certain foreign countries. Continue Reading
On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed the new $900 billion stimulus package – the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (the CAA), which, among other things, advances legislation intended to provide additional help for Americans and businesses to survive a continued public health and economic crisis due to COVID-19. This article provides a summary of certain key tax provisions in the CAA. The CAA also extended various expiring tax provisions, which are not included in this summary.