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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

State Taxation of Cloud Computing

Tax Analysts Timothy P. Noonan (Hodgson Russ, Buffalo), Nuts-and-Bolts Answers on Cloud Computing, 65 State Tax Notes 527 (Aug. 20, 2012):

In Noonan's Notes on Tax Practice, Timothy P. Noonan of Hodgson Russ LLP, Buffalo and New York City, discusses various states' guidance on taxation of cloud computing.

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I am surprised a state would tax cloud computing. I understand that it is becoming more and more popular, but is their really a need for it to be taxed? I know that a lot of companies use cloud computing services as a safeguard against lost or stolen information. I am sure it will make sense for it to be taxed down the road, but I just feel like it is too soon.

Posted by: Michael Cornelia | Sep 24, 2012 11:47:37 AM