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A Pinch of SALT: Friends With Benefits Received? A Comparison of Market Sourcing Rules

December 5, 2011

Sutherland Tax Practice Group attorneys Jeffrey A. Friedman and Michele L. Pielsticker co-authored a column, titled "Friends With Benefits Received? A Comparison of Market Sourcing Rules," recently published in State Tax Notes. Their article examines applications of market-based sourcing for corporate income tax purposes, including various and inconsistent treatment of "benefits received."

To view the full article reprinted from the December 5, 2011, issue of State Tax Notes, click here.

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