Posts from December 2014.

The income of a multi-state business subject to tax in South Carolina is ordinarily determined by allocating certain income to South Carolina and apportioning the remainder of the business's income based on the ratio of South Carolina sales to gross sales everywhere. However, the law permits a taxpayer or the South Carolina Department of Revenue to use an alternative method when the ordinary allocation and apportionment rules do not fairly represent the extent of a taxpayer's business activities in South Carolina.

On December 23, 2014 the South Carolina Supreme Court issued an ...

On December 2, 2014, the South Carolina Department of Revenue issued S.C. Temporary Revenue Ruling No. 14-8 and No. 14-9 regarding the income and property tax treatment for married same-sex couples.Same-sex couples filing a federal income tax return with a married filing status must now file a South Carolina income tax return using the same married filing status.

In S.C. Temporary Revenue Ruling No. 14-8, the Department of Revenue instructs same-sex couples who are legally married under any state law to file their 2014 South Carolina income tax return as a married couple - either ...

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