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Ask A Property Tax Expert

Ask A Property Tax Expert

During a recent Property Tax webinar  the following questions were submitted by attendees. I have submitted responses below. We have noticed some States are starting to require electronic filing for personal property tax returns. Do you have a list of states that require this? We also see that trend, and each year as the ONESOURCE Property Tax … Read More

Appraisal Directive Adopted for Scope of Work and Substantial Compliance in Kansas

Appraisal Directive Adopted for Scope of Work and Substantial Compliance in Kansas

A new directive has been adopted by the Kansas Director of Property Valuation, pursuant to K.S.A. 79-505, that lays out the criteria and standards to be used to determine whether a county is in compliance with the statutory requirements to uniformly appraise real and personal property at fair market value (as defined by K.S.A 79-503a). … Read More

Workpaper Automation and What One Company Achieved with Technology

Workpaper Automation and What One Company Achieved with Technology

It’s really interesting to see that so many clients have the same concerns when it comes to their data and how it’s managed inside of their workpapers. Based on a recent study conducted by Thomson Reuters, control and time are the most important areas to a tax department looking to streamline their workpapers. Lack … Read More

Norway Revised Budget – Paper, Boats, and Electric Cars

Norway Revised Budget – Paper, Boats, and Electric Cars

The Norwegian Ministry of Finance has released the Revised National Budget 2014. Several changes are anticipated to have revenue impact for Norway. The current fee of 161.50kr/hp on boat engines will be removed effective July 1, 2014. The move is designed to spur purchasing of newer, fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly engines. The revised … Read More