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IRS Clarifies Freight Brokerage Will Qualify for 20% Qualified Business Income Deduction

The Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations on August 8, 2018 related to the new Section 199A Deduction, also known as the Qualified Business

One-Year Extension of the Alternative Fuel Excise Tax Credit for 2017

This article was in collaboration with Keith Donnelly. The Alternative Fuel Credit is a refund of federal excise taxes that many companies in the transportation

New Tax Law Offers Many Opportunities for Transportation Companies

The new tax law commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“The Act”) will provide many opportunities – and a few challenges

Postcard from the Next Generation of Transportation

Stephanie Levine also contributed to this article. We recently attended an interesting event at the Heinz History Center hosted by the Post-Gazette and
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Can Your Company Benefit From Grant Funding for Fleet or Equipment Repower or Replacement?

Our Transportation and Logistics Industry Group is closely monitoring the progress of the Environmental Mitigation Trust that was created as a result of

1099 Reporting for the Transportation Industry

Every January here at Schneider Downs, we receive many questions from our clients related to the requirement to send or receive the Form 1099-MISC. In

Beer Run - The First Commercial Delivery by a Self-Driving Truck

On October 20, 2016, a self-driving tractor-trailer traveled 120 miles down a Colorado highway and made a delivery of 51,744 cans of Budweiser beer. This

Welcome to 2017 from Pennsylvania - Driving Just Got More Expensive

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania raised the wholesale motor fuels tax on gasoline by 8 cents on January 1, 2017. They have also increased the tax on diesel
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How Can Transportation Firms React to the Soaring Insurance Rates?

By: Jim Gilboy and Mike Vizzini The transportation industry is looking for new ways to control costs in the wake of dramatic increases in their excess
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Jim Gilboy | 5.13.2016

IRS Announces Erroneous Failure-to-Deposit Penalties Will Be Resolved

This spring’s tax season was extended to April 18 because of a holiday (Emancipation Day) in the District of Columbia. While many of us believed
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