State Income Tax Jurisdiction: A Jurisprudential and Policy Perspective

Posted: 30 Jan 2004

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John A. Swain

University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law

Abstract

The author suggests that Public Law 86-272 should be repealed, and that, in exchange, states should adopt uniform guidelines for corporate tax nexus and more uniform substantive income tax rules. It is only by working together that states can preserve their sovereignty to tax, the author writes.

Suggested Citation

Swain, John A., State Income Tax Jurisdiction: A Jurisprudential and Policy Perspective. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=496197

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