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New Standard Mileage Rates for 2019

In December 2018, Washington D.C. embraced the Holiday spirit with a federal tax update, resulting in an increase to standard mileage rates and presumably

Form 990-T Fiscal Year 2017 Corporate Filers Blended Tax Rate

Just in case you hadn’t already heard enough about the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), here is some beneficial information for corporations calculating

Make Europe Great Again

The day after the EU Parliamentary election in May 2019, I opened my newspaper in a café in Copenhagen and read the Berlingske Tidende’s morning

To Have and to Hold…and to File Jointly

April showers bring May flowers, and those flowers are used in the thousands of spring weddings held across the country each year. Every ceremony hallmarks

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Matthew Dodge | 5.29.2019

Pennsylvania Legislature Proposes New Statute of Limitations for Tax Collection

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is currently considering House Bill 17 (HB 17) that would limit the Department of Revenue’s ability to

Auto Dealers in Ohio Border States Beware You May be Subject to Ohio Commercial Activity Tax

Auto dealers outside of Ohio with store locations near the Ohio border should pay attention to potential Ohio Commercial Activity Tax (CAT) filing obligations.

What Happens if Your Tax Return is Lost in the Mail?

Imagine this scenario: the calendar says it’s April 15th, and you realize that you can’t avoid filing your federal tax returns any longer.

International Tax Update: OECD Releases Latest Edition of Model Tax Convention

On April 25, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) formally released the tenth edition of its Model Tax Convention on Income

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Additional Opportunity Zone Regulations Issued

On April 17, the IRS finally issued additional guidance (the 4/17 proposed regulations) concerning qualified opportunity zone (QOZ) investments following

Wayfair Sales and Use Tax Legislation Developments

Recent Wayfair sales and use tax legislation developments include: California enacted new legislation increasing the sales threshold from $100,000 to $500,000

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