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Ohio's 2018-2019 Budget

On June 30, 2017 Governor Kasich signed House Bill 49, a FY2018-2019 budget for the state of Ohio. The Ohio Society of CPAs and practicing CPAs alike seem ... read more >

Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Pennsylvania State Budget Update

It appears that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and state legislators have come to a tentative agreement on the spending plan for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. ... read more >

Sourcing of Revenue- Which Method to Use?

Companies filing state income tax returns must determine how much income is reported to a state based on a combination of property residing in the state, ... read more >

Compliance with Use Tax Reporting Laws Begins July 1, 2017

Since the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal about a Colorado use tax reporting law last December, the states of Louisiana and Vermont, in ... read more >

Considerations for Implementing a Payroll Card System

Does your business issue a high number of payroll checks? Do you experience a high level of turnover? I would suggest you consider implementing a payroll ... read more >

PA Law on Payroll Card Use

Last November, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed into law the Payroll Cards (pay cards) Bill S.B. 1265. This law became effective May 3, 2017. Until ... read more >

Modernizing the Tax Sales Tax System or Just Another Tax Hike?

As state legislators and governors argue over new budgets, you will often hear or read stories about the need to modernize the sales tax system. The justification ... read more >

Reminder: Pennsylvania Tax Amnesty Program Beginning Soon

In just over two months, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue will begin the 2017 Tax Amnesty Program. For eligible taxpayers who participate in the ... read more >

Governor Tom Wolf Proposes New State Budget for 2017-2018

On Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf presented his budget to the state legislature. While the Governor announced that he was not ... read more >