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More Colorado self-rule cities adopt standard definitions

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Congressional Budget Office Releases Budget and Economic Outlook Report

The CBO recently released its 10-year budget and economic outlook. Here's how they estimate the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact the economy.

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Tax due diligence strategy #1: Salt clean up

Avoid robbing your business of value. Start with a state and local tax clean up.

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Supremes deliberate while sales tax jurisdictions climb over 10,000

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., et al. The decision, expected this summer, should clarify how and when online retailers must collect and remit sales and use taxes to states.

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New limit on business interest expense deduction explained

The IRS has issued interim guidance on the new business interest expense deductions created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Even though the guidance offers needed clarification, areas of ambiguity remain.

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Judy Vorndran to present state impact of federal tax reform to Boulder Bar

Judy Vorndran heads to Boulder, Colo., on Wednesday, April 25 to present Federal Tax Reform and its impact on State and Local Taxes to members of the Boulder Bar Association.

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IRS attacks bogus returns and exposes dirty scoundrel schemes

Educate yourself to best guard against scammers that perpetrate tax fraud.

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Rate cuts and rapid reform at the state level

A number of states have moved rapidly to respond to federal tax reform with measures.

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