Expect Lawsuits On State GILTI Apportionment, Panelist Says

By Daniel Tay · October 5, 2019, 6:15 PM EDT

States that apportion global intangible low-taxed income differently from domestic income are likely to face lawsuits from taxpayers because the practice unconstitutionally discriminates against foreign commerce, a tax conference panelist has...

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