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Alternative Fuel Credit Extension Expected to Arrive Just Before Christmas

Many taxpayers in the transportation and manufacturing industries have been patiently waiting, like a child for Christmas, for an extension of the Alternative

Celadon Bankruptcy Makes Waves in the Trucking Industry

Indianapolis-based Celadon Group, Inc., one of the largest truckload carriers in North America, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week. The

Announcing the First Annual Ohio Trucking Association and Schneider Downs Transportation Business Outlook and Economic Survey

Click here to download the First Annual Ohio Trucking Association and Schneider Downs Transportation Business Outlook and Economic Survey For the first

Better Strategy Could Help Ease Trucker Shortage, Retention Issues

According to the American Trucking Associations (ATA), the industry was short approximately 60,800 drivers in 2018. With freight volumes steadily on the
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Update: New Environmental Grant Program Deadlines in Pennsylvania

In 2018, pursuant to the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection ("PADEP") created

Transportation Industry Struggles with Growing Driver Shortage

While the U.S. Census Bureau shows the number of truckers at an all-time high in of 3.5 million drivers in 2017, the last year for which information is

Ohio Truckers See Increases in State Fuel Taxes

Truckers and other drivers in Ohio saw an increase in state fuel taxes earlier this summer when the Ohio tariff on gasoline increased 10.5 cents (to a

Freight Exception from Business Privilege Tax

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a ruling in favor of S&H Transport, Inc. in its business privilege tax (BPT) dispute with the City of York over
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Postcard #2 from the American Trucking Association’s National Accounting and Finance Council’s Annual Conference – Economic Address by the ATA’s Chief Economist, Bob Costello

“Slowing, but Growing” was the message from Bob Costello, the ATA’s chief economist, when he addressed the National Accounting and Finance

Tax Credits for Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicles

Eco-friendly electric vehicles have received another boost in popularity after the federal government introduced tax credits for individuals and businesses
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