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Medical Device Excise Tax: Achieving Compliance with Confidence

Medical Device Excise Tax: Achieving Compliance with Confidence

Writte by guest blogger: David Emmons, CPA, CMI at Thomson Reuters Complying with indirect taxes is a legal mandate that is not core to a business, yet the operational outlay is great. On January 1, 2013, indirect tax compliance for medical device manufacturers will get even more complicated, burdensome and expensive. Passed as part of the … Read More

Buffalo Wild Wings Host Sales Tax Party in Ohio

Buffalo Wild Wings Host Sales Tax Party in Ohio

Marion Community Neighbors Protecting Neighbors, a group supporting passage of a 0.25 percent sales tax increase in Marion County, hosted a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings Saturday, October 6th. Attendees found out how to become involved in the “campaign to improve their friends’ and family’s safety and quality of life in the Marion community,” states a press … Read More

Webcast: ONESOURCE Indirect Tax – Sales Tax Update: October 2012

Webcast: ONESOURCE Indirect Tax – Sales Tax Update: October 2012

Join us Thursday, October 11th at 10AM PT (1PM ET) as sales tax experts from our ONESOURCE Indirect Tax team present a variety of tax topics and answer questions submitted by participants. – Product Taxability Changes – Sales Tax Holidays – Amnesty Programs – Tax Rate Questions Submitted by Participants – Sales, Use, VAT, and Excise … Read More

South Dakota Debates Increasing the State’s Sales Tax Rate 25%

South Dakota Debates Increasing the State’s Sales Tax Rate 25%

Three candidates for seats in the South Dakota Legislature, debated increasing the state sales tax on Tuesday, 2 October 2012. Two current lawmakers, state Sen. Dan Lederman, R-Dakota Dunes, and state Rep. Jim Bolin, R-Canton, argued against the 1.0% tax increase that will go before South Dakota voters in Initiated Measure 15. This measure would raise the state tax … Read More