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The City of Denver Has Archived Property Tax Records

The City of Denver Has Archived Property Tax Records

  The City of Denver, CO Assessor’s Office has announced that due to limited staffing and an effort to reduce costs, taxpayers are requested to email the Assessor’s Office at assessor@denvergov.org with inquiries about property tax information that is not available in the Office’s computerized databases. If an archived record exists in the Office, … Read More

Get to Know the Faces Behind Estimated Payments

Get to Know the Faces Behind Estimated Payments

To celebrate the launch of the new integrated Estimated Payments functionality, we’re  featuring the faces behind this revolutionary solution. This week, we’ll get to know Kelly Hodgson, Product Manager, ONESOURCE Income Tax. Here’s what Kelly had to say: 1. How long have you been with Thomson Reuters and where are you located? I joined … Read More

Procurement Transaction Under Fire In Poland

Procurement Transaction Under Fire In Poland

In a recent case, the rational for the use of a same country procurement company was rejected by the auditors and then by the courts in Poland.  The findings that independent forges paid less for steel directly purchased from unrelated mills, than the audited company paid to its related party procurement company, served as the … Read More

Glendale Arizona Considers Plan B to Balance Their Budget

Glendale Arizona Considers Plan B to Balance Their Budget

Glendale officials have laid out a plan to cut $20 million in city government, if voters approve the November ballot measure  to repeal a sales tax hike, which went into effect 1 August 2012. The Arizona Republic reports “that the possible changes include cutting nearly a quarter of the city’s employees and shuttering two of the three … Read More

Who Is a U.S. Citizen and Why It Matters: Part 3 – Who Has U.S. Citizenship?

Who Is a U.S. Citizen and Why It Matters: Part 3 – Who Has U.S. Citizenship?

The 14th amendment to the Constitution of the United States confers U.S. citizenship status on individuals born or naturalized in the U.S. The Supreme Court has upheld the right of Congress to determine how citizenship is conferred to individuals not born or naturalized in the U.S. As a result, citizenship may be conferred by: 1) … Read More

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Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE named Americas Tax Innovator of the Year

Last week, International Tax Review recognized Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE platform as Americas Tax Innovator of the Year at its seventh annual Americas Awards ceremony in New York. When asked why Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE was singled out for the award, Ralph Cunningham, managing editor of International Tax Review, said: “It is down to the impact … Read More