Tax & Accounting Blog

Greek VAT: Creditors pressure driving tax changes

Greek VAT: Creditors pressure driving tax changes

Greek officials have announced that the country will adopt a series of tax and economic measures in order to comply with fiscal targets agreed with its creditors. On negotiations held last month Greece and the representatives of the institutional creditors (European Commission, European Central Bank, International Monetary Fund and European Stability Mechanism) agreed on … Read More

Celebrating Small Business Week: Using Technology to Drive Local Businesses

Celebrating Small Business Week: Using Technology to Drive Local Businesses

Small business owners go into business for all sorts of reasons. They may see an open opportunity in a market they know well, or they may want to work for themselves and have the freedom to do things their own way. They create businesses they’re passionate about, which in turn shape the character of towns … Read More

E911 Surcharges Evolve to Accommodate Growth of Prepaid Wireless

E911 Surcharges Evolve to Accommodate Growth of Prepaid Wireless

Most states and many local governments impose a surcharge on telephone subscribers in order to fund enhanced emergency assistance service, most commonly known as E911.  E911 surcharges generally require service providers to charge the fee on monthly invoices to customers and source the fee to their customer’s service or billing address.  Most E911 surcharges were first imposed … Read More