Tax & Accounting Blog

What IRS Secure Access Means for e-Services Users

What IRS Secure Access Means for e-Services Users

In an age where malware, spyware and malicious attacks on information systems compromise or steal online data with increasing regularity, information security has never been more important. Cyber-attacks are even more damaging if the data contains personally identifying information (PII) of an individual. And because of the highly sensitive personal and financial information handled by … Read More

Chris Nelson builds collaboration in Whitman County, Washington

Chris Nelson builds collaboration in Whitman County, Washington

As the IT director for Whitman County in Washington state, Chris Nelson is a rare hybrid. Not only is she an expert T2 user, Nelson is equally adept at interacting with the treasurers and assessors in Whitman and surrounding Washington state counties—thanks to diligently mapping their workflows, learning their lingo and understanding their pain points. … Read More

Payroll Rates for 2018

Payroll Rates for 2018

It’s time once again to post the federal limits that payroll professionals need — this time, for 2018. We expect changes to be frequent, and this year may end up with very different results; however, this information is accurate as of the writing date of this article (January 2, 2018). Also, this year’s limits may … Read More

Relief Comes to U.S. Washing Machine and Solar Cell Manufacturers, But at What Cost?

Relief Comes to U.S. Washing Machine and Solar Cell Manufacturers, But at What Cost?

By Karla Sanchez, Global Sales Development Specialist, and Kellie Gryga, ONESOURCE FTA Analyst On January 22, 2018, President Trump approved recommendations to impose Section 201 safeguard tariffs on imported large residential washing machines and solar cells and modules. This was the conclusion of U.S. manufacturers’ efforts in filing complaints that they … Read More