The OSCPA prides itself on keeping members and the public up–to–date on issues related to the accounting profession, be it general news about or affecting the profession, accounting and tax code updates, helpful news for consumers, and more.
View Detail Competing proposals over tax credits, and corporate taxes to pay for them, have bogged down lawmakers with just over 2 weeks remaining in the legislative session.
View Detail Legalized marijuana will create an entirely new industry in Oregon. Find out how this new industry may affect the CPA profession.
View Detail Lax supervision of a tax credit program intended to fund energy projects has resulted in capital gains realized by buyers to go untaxed by the state.
View Detail Legislation headed to the Senate relaxes excise taxes and expands filing exemptions for about 90% of the State's craft brewers, vintners and distillers.
View Detail Costs associated with the finance and accounting function are increasing for many companies as the talent shortage intensifies, according to a new report.
View Detail The new legislation conforms the Oregon law to the Internal Revenue Code.
View Detail With the passing of Senate Bill 552, Oregon became the 5th state to provide protections for house cleaners, housekeepers and nannies previously excluded from the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
View Detail While the passage of this bill was expected, the details have been in flux as it has been amended numerous times since introduced. With its passing, we now know the basic requirements.
View Detail Identity theft complaints in Oregon made a drastic leap in the last year.
View Detail The AICPA has released a summary of comments on the Uniform CPA Exam as part of a continuing program to keep the exam relevant and effective.
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