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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

Pa. Legislators Hope to Cut Permit Red Tape, Smooth Path for Drillers

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) claims it will render a decision on a drilling permit for new well within 45 days of application.

Update on Grant Funding from the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund

Last year, Volkswagen was found guilty of designing and installing illegal defeat devices for the purpose of evading federal and state emission standards.

Pennsylvania Legislature Passes Spending Plan to Pay for $32 Billion Budget

Earlier this week the Pennsylvania Legislature passed a spending plan to pay for the $32 billion budget it passed in July. Last summer’s legislation

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Can a Vehicle-Related Benefits Program Reduce Costs?

A current issue within not-for-profit and governmental entities is whether it makes financial sense to provide vehicles to employees or to reimburse them

HUD Issues

Having 20 years’ experience dealing with both governmental and not-for-profit agencies, I can honestly say that management letter comments (material
Government, Tax
George Adams | 2.15.2017

UPDATED: Trump Issues Executive Order to Halt Implementation of Tax Changes

On February 13th an IRS official said that due to specific instructions from the Trump administration regarding the government regulatory process, the

Congressman Tom Reed's Vision for Students and What It Means for Higher Education

In October, we recapped how the Senate Committee of Finance and House Ways and Means Committee had decided to renew their focus on the rising cost of higher

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Ohio Budget Proposal Released

On January 30, Ohio Governor John Kasich released his budget proposal for the next two fiscal years, which includes a number of changes to Ohio’s
Government, Tax
Kay Krueger | 1.23.2017

A Wrong Made Right for Combat-Injured Veterans

On December 16, 2016, President Obama signed the Combat-Injured Veterans Tax Fairness Act of 2016 into law. Many veterans who were separated from service

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