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Pennsylvania Authorizes Extension for Local Income Tax

The Pennsylvania legislature has authorized the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) to address local taxation issues as a result of

Ohio Passes Tax Extensions

Ohio Governor Mike Dewine signed House Bill 197 on March 27, 2020 as the state’s response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The provisions of the

State Tax Filing Extensions

As the COVID-19 crisis evolves its impact expands in more and more areas of our lives and business, including taxes. The federal government has announced

Maryland and Nebraska Propose Digital Services Taxes

France recently created an uproar with the U.S. over passage of its digital services tax, but while the French have since stepped back as the world waits

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Delaware Unclaimed Property

If your business is domiciled in the state of Delaware or is currently doing business in the state, your company may have significant Delaware unclaimed

Ohio’s Budget Bill and Sales Tax Changes

The state of Ohio recently passed its budget bill on July 18th, which contains several sales tax changes, including new provisions for economic nexus.

Freight Exception from Business Privilege Tax

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a ruling in favor of S&H Transport, Inc. in its business privilege tax (BPT) dispute with the City of York over

2019-2020 Pennsylvania Budget

Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania legislature finalized the state budget before the beginning of the new fiscal year on July 1, 2019. The budget does

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Matthew Dodge | 5.29.2019

Pennsylvania Legislature Proposes New Statute of Limitations for Tax Collection

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is currently considering House Bill 17 (HB 17) that would limit the Department of Revenue’s ability to

Impact Fee Imposed by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued its decision in Snyder Brothers, Inc. v. Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, ruling that impact fees applied

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