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Much “To Do” About Something-The New Repair Regs

The newly issued repair regulations seem to be all the buzz…  After much anticipation, new tangible property regulations were released, replacing both the proposed regulations (issued March of 2008) and the long-standing current regulations.  These new temporary regulations, effective for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2012, update the prior rules and serve … Read More

TEI Wraps Up 62nd Midyear Conference in DC

TEI Wraps Up 62nd Midyear Conference in DC

4 Days, 500 tax professionals and 35 breakout sessions presented by dozens of industry leaders – together they’re a recipe for success at this week’s 62nd Midyear Conference in Washington, DC. Check out my video recap from the event. The conference kicked off with an engaging general session … Read More

Tax Document Processing: It’s your bottom line – control it!

Tax Document Processing: It’s your bottom line – control it!

  How do corporate tax departments and service providers evaluate solutions for processing tens of thousands of assessments and tax bills each year?  Two factors are cited as the most important by most tax leaders:  Cost and Accuracy. Teams that process hundreds or even thousands of documents per day are continuously seeking the best solution … Read More

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2011 Property Tax Changes For Those Filing In Alabama

As the end of the year approaches, upcoming deadlines and filing requirements are fresh on the mind for many property tax professionals. Companies need to be aware of changes in jurisdictional filing requirement; such is the case for those who are filing in Alabama. Effective October 1, 2011, Shelby county will require companies with personal … Read More