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The Challenges for Art Donation (Part 1 of 3): An Introduction

Among the many ways that Congress uses tax laws to influence taxpayers’ spending, encouraging donations to charitable causes is perhaps the least controversial. Section 170 of Title 26 of U.S. Code, for example, has outlined Internal Revenue Service (IRS) policy on charitable contributions and gifts for decades. For many taxpayers, such donations include small payments […]

Government Transparency: Commissioner of Revenue to be Bound by Tax Court Decisions

On April 2, 2024, Senate File (SF) 4742, as a companion to House File (HF) 4934, was subject to a hearing before the Minnesota House of Representatives. HF 4934, like SF 4725, would amend Minnesota Statutes 2022, sections 270C.07, subdivision 1 and 270.33, to ensure that the Commissioner of Revenue (Commissioner) is bound by Minnesota […]

Government Transparency: Commissioner of Revenue to be Bound by Court Decisions

On Thursday, March 21, 2024, the Minnesota Senate Tax Committee had a hearing regarding Chair Ann Rest’s bill, Senate File (SF) 4725, which amends Minnesota Statutes 2022, sections 270C.07, subdivision 1 and 270C.33 to ensure that the Commissioner of Revenue is bound by Minnesota Tax Court decisions in situations where the Commissioner opts not to […]