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Obama Would Cut Deficits by Another $1 Trillion

View Detail The official nonpartisan take on President Obama's 2015 budget proposal is in: He would curb deficits even more than today's policies.

States Targeting Overseas Tax Havens to Recover Lost Corporate Income Taxes

View Detail For years corporations have been using overseas tax havens to stash away income and avoid payment of corporate income taxes.

IRS: File Your Taxes Now, Ignore Heartbleed Bug

View Detail Millions of people are filing their taxes just as governments grapple with Heartbleed, the worst privacy-killing Internet bug ever.

Your Taxes are Due!

View Detail If you still haven't filed, then you're among the minority. As of the end of last week, the IRS had received nearly 100 million tax returns -- roughly three-quarters of the returns it expects to get this tax season.

Decision Time for Cover Oregon: Move to Federal Exchange or Finish State Site?

View Detail Cover Oregon’s job for the next several months is a steep one: Launch a working health insurance marketplace by Nov. 15 or drop its ambitious vision and allow the federal government to take over its job.

Oregon Businesses Pay Attention as Tax Breaks Get Traction in Congress

View Detail Tax breaks being closely watched by businesses in Oregon are gaining traction in Congress and could pass this spring.

Cover Oregon: Board Hires 'Turnaround' Expert, Narrows Technology Options

View Detail Portland corporate turnaround expert Clyde Hamstreet agreed to what may be his most challenging assignment: helping solve Cover Oregon's health exchange mess in just a month.

The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now

View Detail An encryption flaw called the Heartbleed bug is already being called one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen.

AICPA Sees Americans Coming to Terms with Financial Hardship

View Detail Seventy-four percent of U.S. adults believe they are worse off or about the same financially as they were a year ago.

Decision to Scrap or Salvage Cover Oregon Sealth Insurance Exchange Poses Risks Either Way

View Detail In January 2014, Cover Oregon officials told lawmakers that efforts to fix the health insurance exchange had steadily cut the number of most serious programming bugs to just 13.