With the enactment of the Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act last year, financial institutions will finally be able to operate across state lines without having to do so through bank or "nonbank" subsidiaries.

Although the act changes the way banks may operate in interstate commerce, state taxing authority is not affected. The status quo of nonuniform state tax rules remain.

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