Example 10 - pp 24-16 and 24-17 10 d When an employee’s...

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Example 10 8. e If the throwback rule has been adopted by State A, all of Anaconda’s sales ($1,000,000) are considered to be in-state sales of State A. Example 13 9. b The payroll factor denominator is the compensation of the sales force. The denominator does not include compensation paid to independent contractors or managers of nonbusiness rental property.
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Unformatted text preview: pp. 24-16 and 24-17 10. d When an employee’s services are performed in more than one state, his or her compensation is attributable to the employee’s base of operations. Since Christina’s base of operations is in State V, all of her compensation is attributable to State V and none is attributable to any other state. pp. 24-16 to 24-18...
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