By now, whether you are an accountant, attorney, business owner, tax enthusiast, or simply an individual or business that files taxes, you have heard of the tax reform signed into law by President Trump on December 22, 2017 -- better known as the "Tax … [Read more...] about A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE JOBS ACT
Counties across Oregon are required to begin foreclosure proceedings if the oldest unpaid tax year is three or more years delinquent. Following foreclosure, there is a two year redemption period during which certain interested parties may bring the … [Read more...] about Buyer Beware: The Not So Great Deal of a Tax Foreclosure Sale
TO DO LIST: Oil Change Dentist Appointment Take Fido for checkup Whether we think about it or not, most of us work off mental checklists to help us take care of those things in our lives that need occasional attention. Here’s one thing you … [Read more...] about Keep Your Estate Plan Up To Date
As was recently reported, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has rescinded the Cole Memo and related guidelines that had declared a federal policy of non-enforcement against marijuana activities to the extent that they were legal under state law. What does … [Read more...] about Is Marijuana Still Legal In Oregon? Was It Ever?
Although not as momentous as the 2015 session, the 2017 session also included several far-reaching changes to Oregon’s employment law statutes. Perhaps the most significant is House Bill 2005, the new “Pay Equity” statute. HB 2005 prohibits employers … [Read more...] about Deciphering Oregon’s New Pay Equity Statute