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Seattle’s New Income Tax May Affect Many More People Than Initially Thought, Including People Living Outside the City

When Seattle passed its new income tax on July 10, many Washingtonians took note, but quickly moved on. The tax appeared to apply only to Seattle residents earning more than $250,000 for individuals or $500,000 for married...more

Oregon's New Vehicle and Bike Taxes

Famously opposed to a “sales” tax (except on marijuana), Oregon will soon add a half-percent “privilege” tax on new car dealers to its growing list of excise taxes, including car rentals and transient lodging, not to mention...more

New Oregon Withholding Tax on Periodic Payments

As part of its major transportation bill (HB 2017), the Oregon legislature last week adopted a new statewide payroll tax that also applies to “periodic payments,” starting July 1, 2018. The new tax will fund public transit...more

New Oregon Payroll Withholding Tax

As part of its major transportation bill (HB 2017), the Oregon legislature last week adopted a new statewide payroll tax, starting July 1, 2018, to fund public transit projects throughout the state. Every employer will be...more

Tax Law Alert: Oregon Rulemaking Would Tax Electricity and Gas Sales by Non-Utilities Differently

The Oregon Department of Revenue is considering rulemaking that would affect whether sales to a “contracted point of delivery” in Oregon are taxed by Oregon vs. another state. “Public utilities” would continue to measure...more

Tax Law Alert: Credits Can No Longer Be Used to Pay the Oregon "Minimum Tax"

The Oregon Legislature has amended the corporate minimum tax law to provide that credits cannot be used to pay the corporate minimum tax. This change effectively overturns the decision by the Oregon Supreme Court in Con-way...more

Oregon Supreme Court Provides Definition of "Data Transmission Services" for Central Assessment Purposes

The Oregon Supreme Court today released its long-awaited decision in Comcast Corporation v. Department of Revenue, 356 Or 282, (Oct 2, 2014) (argued January 8, 2013). ...more

Economic Development Law Alert: Idaho Targets Job Creation With New Refundable State Income Tax Credit for Business

Job creation efforts in Idaho received a boost earlier this month, when a new refundable state income tax credit for new or existing businesses went into effect. The Idaho Reimbursement Incentive Act creates a tax credit that...more

Tax Law Alert: Sales Factor Excludes Amounts Received from the Sale of Goodwill

In a case argued by Stoel Rives, the Oregon Supreme Court upheld the judgment of the Oregon Tax Court in favor of Tektronix, Inc. The Supreme Court ruled that, for purposes of apportioning income, the sales factor excluded...more

Tax Law Alert: Oregon's 2013 Special Legislative Session Passes Changes to Oregon Tax Law

The special legislative session called by Governor Kitzhaber adjourned on October 2, 2013, after passing a "grand bargain" primarily implementing cost and benefit reductions to Oregon's public employees retirement system...more

10/4/2013  /  Retirement , Tax Reform

Tax Law Alert: The 2nd Special Session of the 2013 Washington Legislature Adjourned on June 29

The 2nd Special Session of the 2013 Legislature adjourned sine die on June 29, 2013. The accomplishment of this session was passage of a state budget, which had eluded state legislators through the Regular Session that ended...more

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