Ohio Budget Bill (H.B. 59) is Enacted with Significant Tax Reform Provisions

Ohio Governor John Kasich recently signed a new, two-year state budget that includes significant state tax law changes. The biennial budget period begins ... read more >

Pennsylvania Budget Update

As Governor Corbett signed Pennsylvania’s fiscal year 2013-14 budget into law, there were some notable absences, namely the tax reform provisions. ... read more >

Pennsylvania Department of Revenue Allows Projection of Sales and Use Tax Credits

On May 28, 2013, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue issued Sales and Use Tax Bulletin 2013-01 regarding stratified random sampling in audits, managed ... read more >

PA Issues New Corporate ID Number and Faster Assessments

Corporate taxpayers should have received a new identification number recently, issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (Department). The new identification ... read more >

Ohio House Eliminates Governor Kasich's Proposed Tax Reform

On February 4, 2013 Ohio Republican Governor John Kasich issued his Executive Budget to the Ohio General Assembly. Governor Kasich proposed wide-ranging ... read more >

Independent Tax Tribunal v. Pennsylvania Board of Finance and Revenue

As part of his executive budget, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has proposed an initiative to create an independent tax tribunal that would replace ... read more >

Senate Votes in Favor of Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013

On May 6, 2013, the U.S. Senate voted 69 to 27 to pass Senate Bill 743, known as the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 (Act). The bill’s stated purpose ... read more >

Is Your Business Incorporated in the State of Delaware?

If your business is incorporated in Delaware or does business in the state, you may be required to file annual unclaimed property reports and remit abandoned ... read more >

Pennsylvania Bulk Sales

Businesses are reminded to comply with Pennsylvania’s bulk sale provision when transferring or selling assets. Taxpayers are required to obtain a ... read more >