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Like the weather, taxes remain uncertain. But now under new tax laws, individual tax rates are largely lower and the standard deduction — which is intended to reduce your taxable income — is nearly double what it was.
Explore the challenges of managing VAT and how RPAs help you address them – all while increasing the speed, productivity, and quality of your VAT lifecycle.
Did you know that 80% of moves into new homes in the U.S. occur between April and September? Whether you are moving to a new home, or just moving things into a storage unit, it’s important to note that most states only impose sales or use tax on moving services if they are accompanied by the transfer of tangible personal property.
With schools relying so much on donor generosity, it’s easy to see why everyone from conference commissioners, athletic directors, to even the donors themselves, are trying to wrap their heads around the impact of the revised new tax codes.
As summer winds down and back-to-school routines start, have you ever wondered why some schools open in August and others wait until after Labor Day? Traditionally, school year start and end dates have varied depending on whether the school is located in a hot or cool climate or an urban versus rural area.
Supreme Court justices upheld a 2014 New Jersey law allowing sports betting while striking down a 1992 federal law that banned betting in states that didn't already have a law on the books.
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Members of our Chief Tax Office have shared their insights and addressed frequently asked questions through blog posts, webcasts, podcasts, and panel discussions.