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The new tax reform law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. It represents the most sweeping rewrite of federal tax code in more than 30 years. Visit our dedicated tax reform page to learn more about implications for you and your business.

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Learn how Oregon’s proposed new tax will—at a rate of 0.57% on taxable receipts less than deductions above $1 million—affect businesses.

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Small-business taxpayers in California may experience reduced compliance burdens following a new tax provision law.

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Owning a winery in an AVA could result in significant tax benefits, but the valuations process is complex. Here’s what vintners need to know.

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Changes to the tax landscape may affect your technology, communications and media, or life sciences company. Discover new tax guidance and effective dates.

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Before making a charitable donation, individuals should understand these key giving strategies, benefits, and limitations.

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Renewable energy projects are now classified as manufacturers under new tax law and may face interest expense limitations and base-erosion anti-abuse tax.

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Learn how Oregon’s proposed new tax—at a rate of 0.57% on taxable receipts less than deductions above $1 million that—will affect businesses.

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The 2019 Washington State Legislative Session introduced excise tax changes, business and operations tax increases, and other revisions. Discover new rates and effective dates.

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Fully understanding foreign-derived intangible income (FDII) deduction qualifications can help your organization qualify for—and benefit from—the tax deduction. In this on-demand webcast, we explain complex legal and accounting language throughout FDII to help you understand...

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Washington taxpayers who participated in the state’s tax incentive programs are required to file an Annual Tax Performance Report by May 31.

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Washington State’s Substitute Senate Bill 5581 introduces significant changes for businesses. Discover new tax obligations, effective dates, and more.

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US tax owners who own or operate foreign entities are now required to file Form 8858. Discover filing requirements, penalties for failure to file, and more.

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Employers that meet certain qualifications may be able to deduct their expenses for meals and snacks provided to employees. Our Alert has details.

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IRS guidance on the Employer Paid Family and Medical Leave Credit IRC 45S could affect employer’s policies, qualified wages, and credit reporting.

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This 2019 first-quarter update covers some of the most important issues for companies in the technology, communication and media, and life sciences industries.

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Elderly people aren’t the only ones vulnerable to financial scams. Learn how you can protect yourself and your loved ones from fraud.

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Following the tax reconciliation act of 2017, Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) provide important investment opportunities for tiered-entity investors and property owners. During this webcast, we’ll move beyond the technical application of QOZs and address trends investors a...

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Proposed regulations under Section 250 provide a deduction for individuals with GILTI income if they make a Section 962 election.

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Revisions to lease accounting, revenue recognition, and tax law could significantly affect your company’s Financial Statements. Discover details and effective dates.

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The IRS announced it intends to issue proposed regulations clarifying unrelated business taxable income from qualified transportation fringe benefits. Get the details.

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