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Postcard #2 from the American Trucking Association’s National Accounting and Finance Council’s Annual Conference – Economic Address by the ATA’s Chief Economist, Bob Costello

“Slowing, but Growing” was the message from Bob Costello, the ATA’s chief economist, when he addressed the National Accounting and Finance

Postcard #1 from the American Trucking Association’s National Accounting and Finance Council’s Annual Conference – Breakfast Address by President Chris Spear

Tuesday morning’s conference began with a breakfast address by Chris Spear, the President and CEO of the American Trucking Association (ATA). He

Due to Feedback, IRS is Brainstorming Other Ways to Calculate the Tax on Parking

On December 10, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released interim guidance on the taxation of qualified transportation fringe benefits in the form

West Virginia Enacts Special Apportionment Rules for Motor Carriers

Recently the State of West Virginia enacted special apportionment rules for motor carriers owned by individuals, partnerships, other pass-through entities

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Have Supply Chain Questions? Big Data Has Your Answers

Verified Market Research (VMR) recently released their “Key Futuristic Trends and Competitive Landscape 2025” report, which forecasts strong

New Revenue Recognition Standard Will Impact Auto Dealers

In May 2014, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued accounting standard update (ASU) 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, intended

Application to Receive Funding for On-Road and Class 8 Fleet Vehicle Projects in Pennsylvania Now Available!

As you know from our previous articles (Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund), Volkswagen is obligated to fund various environmental trusts for

Transportation and Logistics to Continue Strong, if Slower, Growth in 2019

The bustling U.S. economy – led by robust consumer spending and energetic demand on durable industries like construction, manufacturing and mining

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Where are your trucks at December 31, 2018?

For many nonpublic transportation companies, the question of where your trucks are at December 31, 2018 is an important question to prepare yourself for

Transportation Industry Adjusts to New Tax Laws Surrounding Per Diems

Effective in 2018, new tax laws were put in place regarding the treatment of per diems for company drivers and owner-operators within the transportation

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