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AICPA Begins Offering CGMA Exams

View Detail The American Institute of CPAs is beginning to administer exams for the Chartered Global Management Accountant designation.

Housing Starts Surged in April

View Detail One important sector of the U.S. economy appears to have rebounded from a slow winter.

Thieves Access IRS Get Transcript App, 100,000 Accounts Compromised

View Detail The IRS announced that criminals have used taxpayer-specific information to gain access to approximately 100,000 taxpayers’ accounts.

AICPA Pushes for Improved Audit Quality and Peer Review

View Detail AICPA president and CEO Barry Melancon told AICPA members at the Spring Meeting of Council in Washington, D.C., about the Institute’s efforts to improve audit quality and the peer review process.

Proposed CPE Standards Update Would Permit New Modes of Learning

View Detail Continuing professional education credit for nano-learning and blended learning, two emerging methods for educating CPAs, would be enabled under standards revisions.

2015 Tax Deduction, Interest Rate for Oregon College Savings Plan

View Detail The state tax deduction for contributions to the Oregon College Savings Plan or MFS Oregon 529 Plan increases this year to $2,300 for a single taxpayer and $4,600 for couples filing jointly.

Meet Oregon’s Elijah Watt Sells Award Recipient

View Detail The American Institute of CPAs has recognized Nicholas R. Dollar of Portland, Oregon as a recipient of the 2014 Elijah Watt Sells Award.

Oregon Restructures Outdated Taxes to Pave Way for High-Speed Innovation

View Detail Oregon’s newly signed gigabit tax exemptions by Gov. Kate Brown could be the new model for Internet innovation in other states.

Oregon Supreme Court Partially Overturns Legislature's PERS Reforms

View Detail The Oregon Supreme Court overturned a key piece of the Legislature's 2013 reform work on the Public Employees Retirement System, setting the stage for a heavy financial cost to government agencies across the state while restoring lost benefits to retirees.

Oregon Selects 3 Private Partners for Pay-by-the-Mile Road Usage Plan

View Detail The state of Oregon has chosen three private partners with whom drivers can enroll their vehicles as part of the state’s pay-by-the-mile road tax system.