comments and testimony

COST engages in the legislative and regulatory process through testimony before legislative and administrative bodies, written comments, and by retaining local lobbyists to directly advocate for specific issues.  COST's participation is driven in large part by member support and is contingent upon the issue falling under COST's mission statement: "To preserve and promote equitable and nondiscriminatory state and local taxation of multijurisdictional business entities."  For questions or additional information please contact Doug Lindholm.

 

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Date StateTitle
02/15/2017DelawareComments Regarding Estimation Methodology Regulations
02/15/2017GeorgiaTestimony in Opposition to Georgia House Bill 283
02/13/2017UtahTestimony in Support of SB 197 -- Manufacturing Amendments
02/13/2017New MexicoTestimony in Opposition to Combined Reporting Legislation in New Mexico (Senate Bill 1)
02/13/2017GeorgiaTestimony Regarding Georgia House Bill 93 - Interest On Refunds
02/07/2017GeorgiaTestimony Regarding Georgia H.B. 227 (Interest on Refunds)
02/06/2017GeorgiaTestimony on Georgia H.B. 80 - Revising Taxpayer Confidentiality Provisions
02/06/2017OregonComments in Opposition to Oregon House Bill 2274
02/06/2017OregonComments in Opposition to Oregon Senate Bill 30
01/24/2017DelawareCOST Comments to DE House on Unclaimed Property S13
01/19/2017MontanaTestimony in Opposition to Montana Senate Bill 105
01/17/2017DelawareTestimony on Delaware Senate Bill 13 – Unclaimed Property
01/13/2017PennsylvaniaLetter to Pennsylvania Senate Regarding Property Tax Reform Proposals
01/11/2017MontanaTestimony Regarding Montana House Bill 47
01/03/2017North CarolinaComments to NC DOR re. Proposed Market-Based Sourcing Rules
11/29/2016Louisianatestimony on Louisiana Related Party Expense “Add-Back” Regulation
11/14/2016MissouriTestimony to the Missouri Study Commission on State Tax Policy
10/12/2016MontanaComments to MT DOR re. Changes to RAR State Reporting Requirements
09/30/2016FederalComments on FASB Exposure Draft on ASC 740 Changes
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