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Happy New Year! As we welcome 2020 and finalize our preparations for the upcoming busy season, we’d like to keep you updated on recent developments to Oregon’s new Corporate Activity Tax (CAT), which is effective January 1, 2020. The Oregon Department of Revenue has been sending...

Oregon’s landmark legislation House Bill (HB) 3427A (the “Student Success Act”) was passed by the Senate on May 13, 2019, and signed by the governor on May 16, 2019. The new law is projected to raise nearly $2 billion per biennium. How does the law...

Despite Oregon’s continuing constitutional ban on same-sex marriages, the Oregon Department of Administrative Services announced today that all Oregon agencies will recognize the legal marriages of gay couples. If you like your laws to avoid needless complexity, this is good news:  it aligns Oregon’s position...

Last month the IRS released final tangible property regulations which include significant taxpayer-friendly changes and will challenge virtually every business effective January 1, 2014.  The basic requirements within the temporary regulations covering acquisition and improvements of tangible property issued in December 2011 remain intact.  Changes...

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