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Earlier this week, the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, affirmed a decision of the Tax Court of New Jersey finding that a lack of nexus existed for distributions made to a foreign limited liability partner from a partnership with an in-state presence. See, BIS LP Inc. v. Division of Taxation, Docket No. A-1172-09T2 (NJ Super. Ct. 2011).
BIS, the taxpayer at issue, was a foreign corporation with no place of business, property, employees or agents in the state of New Jersey. Its only interest was its ninety-nine percent (99 ...
Recently the New Jersey Division of Taxation ("Division") proposed amendments to a corporate business tax rule relating to foreign businesses' responsibilities to file and pay New Jersey's Corporation Business Tax ("CBT"). The proposed amendments are an attempt to clarify changes wrought by the Business Tax Reform Act ("Act"). Enacted July 2, 2002, the Act made numerous amendments to the CBT. Those amendments explicitly established that foreign corporations must pay CBT "for the privilege of deriving receipts from sources within this State, or for the privilege of engaging in contacts within this State."