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Combining technical expertise with our keen understanding of our clients' businesses, we offer knowledgeable commentary on a broad spectrum of accounting, tax, finance, and business operations issues.

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In August 2017, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed into law House Bill 2017, which raises taxes to fund a $5 billion transportation investment plan.

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Oregon wrapped up its 2017 legislative season by passing a number of tax-related bills. Our Alert has the details.

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In July 2017, Governor Kate Brown signed into law HB 2391, imposing new taxes and reporting requirements on Oregon health care providers and insurers.

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SEATTLE, Sept. 15, 2017—Moss Adams, one of the largest tax, assurance, consulting and wealth management firms in the nation, announced the addition of a partner and a new partner in charge at its Silicon Valley location.  “Our business hinges on the passion...

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Did the Equifax breach affect you? Here are some tips to protect your information from being misused if you’re data was accessed.

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Understand how program- and mission-related investments differ—and how they can help your foundation further its mission without paying excise tax.

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Low interest rates directly impact your life insurance policy’s cash value and your premium. We offer some tips to help manage your investment.

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(Spirited magazine) How the R&D tax credit can help wineries, breweries, cideries, and distilleries save money on taxes.

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The Tax Court rejected the IRS position requiring foreign investors in US operating partnerships to pay tax on gains from partnership interest sales.

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Self-dealing affects all private foundations. Learn which of your private foundation’s transactions qualify as self-dealing to avoid penalties.

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Tax-exempt hospitals are on the IRS’s radar for Section 501(r) compliance, and the penalties can be steep for hospitals that’ve failed to comply—including the risk of losing their tax-exempt status. This webcast covers the IRS selection process, what’s reviewed, and how to pre...

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Learn about the Office of Management and Budget’s 2017 Compliance Supplement and recent updates to Uniform Guidance FAQs.

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GASB Statement No. 87 establishes a single approach to accounting for leases that aligns GAAP for government entities with the FASB’s ASU 2016-02.

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Learn how private foundations can potentially reduce their tax burden by exploring distribution and tax planning opportunities.

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Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 2066 on August 2, 2017, barring C corporations from applying tax credits against Oregon minimum tax liabilities.

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A new Oregon law requires taxpayers to use a market-based apportionment methodology for receipts from sales other than tangible personal property.

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Learn about the difference between public charities and private foundations, including organization and donor tax implications.

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Growth continues, but has slowed as foreign and emerging markets accelerate. We give an overview of Q2 and what to expect in our Insight.

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Learn how the Washington State 2017–2019 operating budget and compromise bills could affect your company’s state tax burden.

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Seattle City Council passes legislation that imposes a 2.25% income tax on select residents and certain trusts. Learn if it applies to you.

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