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New Jersey Sales and Use Tax: Exemptions and Exclusions: The Urban Enterprise Zone Exemption Exemptions are persons, transactions or items that otherwise fall under the imposition language of the taxation statute, but...
Sales and Use Tax in Colorado: Manufacturing Sales Tax Exemption (With New Public Service Case) Learn sales and use tax essentials now that will save money for your company or clients tomorrow.
IRS Form 1099 Reporting: Navigating Form 1099-K and Dealing with Cancellation of Debt Form 1099-K joined the 1099 family in 2011 and has been the source of much confusion.
Federal vs. State Causes of Action The doctrine of sovereign immunity, which applies to state law claims against police officers, was imported wholesale from England and was based on the belief that the king was a divine...
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on Federal Projects The Miller Act, 40 U.S.C. §§ 3131 – 3134, requires a prime contractor on a federal project exceeding a cost of $100,000 to post a payment bond and a...
Federal and State Overview of EEO Laws: Title VIII, ADA and FMLA Federal and state laws make it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, religion, sex,...
IRS Form 1099 Reporting: Types of 1099s This report will focus on the types of Form 1099 and what they are used for. Form 1099 is used to report everything from prize winnings to withdrawals from retirement plans to...
IRS Form 1099 Reporting: What You Need To Know There are many reasons why an employment relationship may be preferable to businesses over that of an independent contractor relationship.
IRS Form 1099 Reporting: Reporting Requirements Why file a Form 1099? It’s the law – and the IRS is increasing enforcement in this area. Who must issue a 1099?
Texas Sales & Use Tax: Exemptions Texas law offers various exemptions from the sales and use tax. Exemptions are located in sub-chapter H of Chapter 151 of the Texas Tax Code.
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