Jessica Yeh

Jessica Yeh

Jessica Yeh works as a senior legal analyst for Thomson Reuters in Portland, Oregon. She is a member of the Oregon, California, and Hawaii state bars. Born in Hilo, Hawaii, Jessica is a graduate of the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she graduated with a Bachelors of Business Administration. Subsequent to that, she worked in buying and planning for Macy’s in San Francisco. She later attended Lewis & Clark Law School located in Portland, Oregon, serving as an associate editor of Environmental Law Review. She enjoys surfing, camping, and hiking.

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Exemptions for Food, School Supplies, and Clothing a Possibility in Kansas This Year

Blog, Indirect Tax June 1, 2016

Two bills introduced this February could establish three sales tax holidays by the end of this year. House Bill (HB) 2076 would exempt certain sales of school supplies, computers, and clothing from sales and use taxes annually. The bill sets an item threshold amount depending on category (clothing, computers, or school supplies) for eligible items. … Read More

Earth Day May Get a Little Greener in D.C.

Blog May 5, 2016

Next Earth Day may get a little greener in D.C., as a proposed bill would exempt sales of bicycles and bicycle-related products such as wheels, tires, locks, helmets, bicycle clothing, and accessories from sales tax annually on April 22. The bill may motivate residents to start commuting by bicycle or assist those who already cycle to upgrade … Read More