Carolynn is the founder and Managing Member of Industry Sales Tax Solutions, LLC (“ISTS”), which offers a subscription database containing the sales and use taxability of software related transactions, digital content and cloud services; she is also the Managing Member of Kranz & Associates, PLLC, a boutique law firm specializing in state and local tax consulting. Carolynn specializes in state and local tax matters on a multi-state basis, particularly in the area of sales and use taxes. Carolynn holds a law degree from Widener University School of Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from Widener University. Carolynn is a Certified Public Accountant, a member of the District of Columbia and Pennsylvania Bar, and also a member of various professional organizations, and sits as a board member on several Boards. Carolynn is a frequent speaker on multi-state sales and use tax matters for clients, businesses, and a number of professional organizations. Carolynn has also authored LexisNexis’ State Tax Guide to Digital Content and Cloud Services, a chapter of IPT’s book on Sales and Use Taxation, 1st Edition; and is a frequent author on state tax issues.
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Posts by Carolynn Iafrate Kranz
Cloud, Software & Digital Tax Posts by Carolynn Iafrate Kranz
- Pennsylvania Tax on Software Support Services: Ruling Re-issued
- Illinois Finally Rules on SaaS
- Tennessee’s Situsing of Accessed Software Runs Afoul
- Chicago Taxes the Cloud
- Tennessee Enacts Legislation Taxing Remotely Accessed Software
- New York and Cloud Computing: NY Gets It Right With IaaS
- Arizona: Access to Digital Data is Lease of Tangible Personal Property
- SaaS or Telecommunications: Where Are States Drawing the Line?
- “Software as a Service” in Missouri: The Cloud is Nontaxable!
- Michigan Court Cloud Computing Decision: Non-Taxable Services
- New York Appeal – ASP is NOT Software
- Nebraska Issues Clear Guidance Related to Cloud Computing
- Taxing ASPs as Telecommunications?
- Minnesota Re-enacts MPU Exemption: A Growing Trend?
- Remotely Accessed Software Tax Exemption: Idaho’s Unique Spin