The Internal Revenue Code sets forth rules governing the treatment of U.S. income of foreign corporations, and foreign source income of U.S. corporations for federal income tax purposes. While most states use a corporate taxpayer's federal taxable income as reported on federal Form 1120 as a starting point, this article summarizes some of the modifications that states make to foreign source income when computing a taxpayer's state tax liability.
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