Limits of the Texas Comptroller's Authority to Adopt Economic Substance Doctrine

Christian, John
May 2011
Journal of State Taxation;May/Jun2011, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p43
Academic Journal
John Christian provides an overview and critique of the Texas Comptroller's authority to apply the economic substance doctrine to disregard structured or multi-step transactions arranged by taxpayers to reduce sales tax.


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