Tax & Accounting Blog

Virginia Governor Proposes Gas Tax Cut, In Favor of Higher Sales Tax

Virginia Governor Proposes Gas Tax Cut, In Favor of Higher Sales Tax

 Tuesday (1/8/13), Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell proposed cutting the state’s 27-year-old $0.175 per gallon gas tax, which would make Virginia the first state in the country to do so.  His proposal also  increases the general sales tax from 5% to 5.8%.  The gas tax currently accounts for 30% of the state’s transportation revenues, but with the … Read More

The Software Training Cost Paradox: Part One

The Software Training Cost Paradox: Part One

Professionals that work within specialized fields are required to participate in educational training in order to maintain their professional certification. Each year, there is a minimum number of training hours (CPE) that individuals such as Engineers, Attorneys, Law Enforcement, and Accountants must complete. For accountants, there are multiple avenues available to obtain the necessary hours … Read More