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ONESOURCE Property Tax at 2011 Annual ACT Conference

ONESOURCE Property Tax at 2011 Annual ACT Conference

ONESOURCE Property Tax software from Thomson Reuters will be showcased June 20, 2011, at the Annual ACT Conference Vendor Expo in San Diego, exhibiting jointly with ONESOURCE Indirect Tax.   Exhibit attendees can view brief product demonstrations while participating in one-on-one discussions with our product representatives.  Thomson Reuters, as a Diamond sponsor for the ACT conference, will … Read More

ONESOURCE Property Tax Director, Michael Finnegan to speak at equipment leasing roundtable

ONESOURCE Property Tax Director, Michael Finnegan to speak at equipment leasing roundtable

Michael F. Finnegan, a Director with ONESOURCE Property Tax at Thomson Reuters will be speaking at the ELFA Tax Best Practices Roundtable, June 22, 2011, at Fifth Third Bank in Chicago. This session is slated to cover current cases, best practices and status of audits.  Highlights of the best practices will include a focus … Read More

ONESOURCE Property Tax VP to speak at IPT’s 35th Annual Conference

ONESOURCE Property Tax VP to speak at IPT’s 35th Annual Conference

Michelle Sutton, VP at Thomson Reuters for ONESOURCE Property Tax, will be speaking at IPT’s 35th Annual Conference in San Antonio, June 29, 2011. Michelle will be focusing her presentation on “Managing Resources in a Down/Up/Down/Up Economy” speaking to the struggles companies are going through related to reductions in staffing while still accommodating workloads.  It’s … Read More

Congress Repeals 2010 Legislation that Expanded 1099 Information Reporting Requirements

Congress Repeals 2010 Legislation that Expanded 1099 Information Reporting Requirements

On April 14, 2011, the President signed H.R. 4, the Comprehensive 1099 Taxpayer Protection and Repayment of Exchange Subsidy Overpayments Act of 2011. This new law retroactively repeals unpopular Form 1099 information reporting rules added by 2010 legislation. Background Code Section 6041 requires all persons engaged in a trade or business making certain payments of … Read More