One of the most confounding situations faced by corporate taxpayers engaged in a Louisiana income tax audit is the receipt of preliminary workpapers that disallow interest expense deductions with no opportunity to prove that the interest expense is properly deductible because it is directly attributable to the production of apportionable income. The Louisiana Department of

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The Louisiana Corporation Franchise Tax (“CFT”) has historically been imposed only on corporations. Thus, LLCs and partnerships have not been subject to the CFT. In the Special Session that ended last March, the Louisiana Legislature expanded the companies subject to the CFT to include non-corporate entities that elect to be taxed as corporations for federal