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  • A Win for Businesses – Senate Votes to Repeal 1099 Requirement

    Businesses scored a big win yesterday as the Senate voted to repeal the 1099 reporting requirements that was part of the Healthcare bill.  This requirement had been the topic of several blog articles that can be found here, here, here and here.  In these blog articles, we highlighted the devastating impact and high costs that this requirement…

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  • CPA Firms and Businesses Hope for a Repeal of 1099 Requirements

    Congress has returned from its August and recess and wasted no time getting down to business.  Yesterday, the Senate cleared a hurdle to pass It’s Mini-Tarp, aka the Small Business Bill.  After the cloture vote passed, the Republicans could not stop it.  They then turned their attention to amendments to the bill. One issue they tried to tackle was to to ease…

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  • 1099s Still a Go for All Business Transactions

    Congress has returned from its August and recess and wasted no time getting down to business.  Yesterday, the Senate cleared a hurdle to pass It’s Mini-Tarp, aka the Small Business Bill.  After the cloture vote passed, the Republicans could not stop it.  They then turned their attention to amendments to the bill. One issue they tried to tackle was to to ease…

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  • The Corporate Tax Rate, A Competitive Disadvantage?

    Here is a video put out by the Center for Freedom & Prosperity. This was put out two years ago. It discusses how the US corporate tax rate is among the highest in the world and how it puts the US at a competitive disadvantage when competing to bring jobs to the US.

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