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Massachusetts Sharing Ride Share Revenue

Massachusetts Sharing Ride Share Revenue

In early August, Governor Charlie Baker signed into law legislation creating oversight on transportation ride sharing programs. The legislation also creates a Transportation Infrastructure Enhancement Trust Fund. This fund will be filled by a new $0.20 per ride surcharge imposed on “transportation network companies.” Transportation network companies are defined in the … Read More

File South Carolina Business Personal Property Returns on MyDORWAY

File South Carolina Business Personal Property Returns on MyDORWAY

As of August 15, 2016, you can now file South Carolina Business Personal Property on the new  MyDORWAY Taxpayer Support System. South Carolina’s Department of Revenue will be mailing out letters containing important filing information – including your new file number – before your filing date. Going forward, you will now file using one return … Read More

PwC’s David Ernick on Companies’ Response to BEPS Action 13

PwC’s David Ernick on Companies’ Response to BEPS Action 13

David Ernick is a Principal in the Transfer Pricing Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) Washington National Tax Services office. Prior to joining PwC, Mr. Ernick was Associate International Tax Counsel at the U.S. Treasury Department. Mr. Ernick answered the following questions for BEPS Global Currents on August 9, 2016 regarding the OECD BEPS project: Q: Did … Read More

Data Analytics and the Accounting Professional: What Does it Mean for You?

Data Analytics and the Accounting Professional: What Does it Mean for You?

As accounting professionals know all too well, it can be a challenge to run a practice, provide great customer service, keep up to date with constantly changing regulations and tax laws and (in case that’s not enough) stay informed on the latest technology trends and innovations. Practitioners often tell me they’re concerned they could be … Read More