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Potential Audit Relief for Charitable Organizations Soliciting in Pennsylvania

Charitable organizations soliciting contributions in the state of Pennsylvania could see changes coming to the thresholds for audit requirements. In September, ... read more >

Form 1098-T Reporting Requirements Change for Tax Year 2018

The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that colleges and universities will no longer have relief from the Box 1 reporting requirement on Form ... read more >

Severance Tax on the Horizon?

Currently, the Pennsylvania legislature is in the process of approving and finalizing the fiscal year 2017-2018 budget. The revenue portion of the state ... read more >

The Border Adjustment Tax is Out of the Tax Reform Plan

A hot topic at the National Auto Dealers Association Convention back in January was the Border Adjustment Tax (“BAT”). Auto dealers can be ... read more >

Ohio Commercial Activity Tax - Could the Grass Be Greener for Your Company on the Other Side of the Greenscapes Case?

The situsing of gross receipts from the sale of tangible personal property for purposes of the Ohio Commercial Activity Tax ("CAT") can be a ... read more >

Changes for PA Nonprofit Organizations

The Pennsylvania Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purpose Act (SFCP) requires organizations soliciting charitable contributions from Pennsylvania residents ... read more >

UK Country-by-Country Reporting Notification Due September 1

For large businesses operating in the UK, the first country-by-country (CbC) reporting notification is due to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) ... read more >

Internal Revenue Service Midyear Report Card

National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson recently provided a midyear report card to the United States Congress, noting key observations regarding the performance ... read more >