The Multistate Tax Commission is considering significant changes to the rules that govern how multistate businesses are taxed.
What does MTC stand for?
MTC stands for Multistate Tax Commission
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We have 493 other meanings of MTC in our Acronym Attic
- Mormon Tabernacle Choir
- Motion to Compel (law)
- Motor Transit Corporation (predecessor of Greyhound)
- Motorcycle Technology Center (YTI Career Institute; Pennsylvania)
- Motorcycle Tour Conversions, Inc.
- Mouvement des Travailleurs Croyants (Mali trade union)
- Movement to Contact (military)
- Multi-TADIL (Tactical Digital Information Link) Capability
- Multi-Track Codebook
- Multiple Turbo Code
- Music/Machinery Transmission Class (construction)
- Mutual Trading Company (various companies)
- Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Complex
- Mystic Terminal Co.
- Thyroid Carcinoma, Familial Medullary
- Machine Type Communication-Authentication, Authorization and Accounting
- Machine Type Communication–Interworking Function
- Maritime Tactical Command & Control (US Navy)
- Medium Term Conflict Alert (air traffic management)
- Micro Telecommunications Computing Architecture (also seen as MicroTCA)
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The Multistate Tax Commission is considering significant changes to the rules that govern how multistate businesses are taxed (see Multistate Tax Commission, Multistate Tax Compact Article IV Recommended Amendments (May 3, 2012), available at tinyurl.
Nexus Program member states and the Multistate Tax Commission have adopted a strict policy that they will not reveal the identity of the taxpayer to any state that does not accept the disclosure offer.
MTC Uniformity Proposal In a September 7 letter to the Multistate Tax Commission, TEI commented on the MTC's revised Draft Model Uniform Statute on Reportable Transactions and State Filing Positions.
The Multistate Tax Commission estimates that the House bill (and its Senate counterpart) ultimately could reduce state and local revenues by $2 billion to $9 billion annually.