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Proposed Pa. House Bill Would Repeal Department of Revenue Disallowance of 100% Bonus

The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“Act”) signed into law December 22, 2017 has brought significant changes to the federal tax system.

2018 Brings Additional Withhholding Requirements for Payors of Pennsylvania-Source Income

In October of 2017, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed into law Act 43 (“the Act”). Among the other provisions of this Act, companies are

Pennsylvania Decouples from Federal Bonus Depreciation

In response to the recently enacted federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“The Act”), the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (“Department”)

Ohio's Unified Filing Systems for Businesses

As efforts are made across the country to simplify tax laws, the state of Ohio has taken the first major step to streamline local tax filings. Between

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Tax Reform and Payment of Taxes Prior to December 31, 2017

With passage of the new tax reform bill, a number of tried-and-true year-end tax planning strategies have suddenly taken on added significance. Due to

Ohio Municipal Net Profit Tax Registration

As noted in our summary of Ohio’s 2018-2019 Budget (House Bill 49), for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2018, taxpayers have the option

Ohio Tax Amnesty 2018

The Ohio Department of Taxation (“Department”) announced that the 2018 tax amnesty program, which was implemented as part of the 2018-2019

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Issues Decision on NOL Cap

On October 18, 2017, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued its decision in the case of Nextel Communications of the Mid-Atlantic, Inc. v. Commonwealth

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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

PA House Passes Budget

On September 13, 2017, Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives passed its revenue plan of $2.2 billion to balance the state’s budget. The vote

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