How to Budget During a Pandemic Tip of the Month February, 2021 Right now with everything that’s going on, navigating your finances might feel overwhelming. However, there are some strategies that will help you manage cash shortfalls. Mariel Beasley of Duke University’s Common Cents Lab offers ways to help you […]
Business Process Management Systems Provide Variety of Benefits to Owners What’s New in Technology February, 2021 All businesses have one thing in common, and that is processes. Business processes – whether direct or indirect – are crucial when it comes to providing products or services to customers. Business process management […]
How Firms Can Restore Balance Sheets to Better Health General Business News February, 2021 According to the World Bank Group, for businesses in emerging markets and developing economies, the bottom fourth percentile of the non-financial corporate (NFC) sector saw their balance sheets deteriorate. Looking at these businesses’ Interest Coverage Ratio, […]
New Year-End Tax Provisions Tax and Financial News February, 2021 In late December, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which in addition to providing COVID-19 relief provisions also included many tax provisions and extenders. The Act contained many COVID-related tax provisions, as well as a slew of extenders ranging from […]
Dennis William Donnelly – Obituary December 24, 1946 – June 1, 2019 With heavy hearts we would like to inform you that Dennis William Donnelly, 72, passed away on June 1, 2019 at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, ICU lovingly surrounded by his family. Dennis was involved in a serious […]
Presented by Stewart C. Parmele, CPA Dear clients and friends, If you are considering buying a vacation home, you are in the prime season to shop. Unlike traditional home sales, which tend to slow down with the colder weather, fall and winter are the prime seasons for buying and selling […]
By Rory B. Tosh, CPA “Our Oregon,” a Portland-based group, has filed two proposed measures for the 2016 ballot seeking to raise corporate taxes. C corporations with Oregon gross receipts of more than $25 million would face an increase to their minimum tax. Initiative Petitions (IP) 22 and 23 would […]
Every employer in Oregon is affected by this new law, and every employer in Oregon needs to get out in front of this law before the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) begins issuing civil penalties for violations that occur on or after January 1, 2017. The new law is complex, and no doubt will be a learning process for employers across the state.