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With Little Fanfare, IRS Releases Radically New Form W-4

Although the new Form W-4 differs greatly from the previous version, it is almost the same as the draft version released earlier in 2019. Click through for a quick rundown of how the form works and where you can go for more details.

Oregon Corporate Activity Tax

The Oregon Legislature created a new tax on business activity in Oregon that is effective January 1, 2020. It is called Corporate Activity Tax (CAT). Click through to learn more about this new tax. 

Changes to 401(k) Contribution Limits for 2020

Cost-of-living adjustments are affecting dollar limits for 401(k) plans, individual retirement accounts and other retirement plans. These changes affect both individuals and the businesses that manage company-sponsored plans. Click through to learn how the changes may affect you.

IRS Publishes Inflation Adjustments for 2020

The IRS has announced the tax year 2020 annual inflation adjustments, including the tax rate schedules and other tax changes. These adjustments for 2020 generally apply to tax returns that will be filed in 2021.

Tax Benefit for Oregon College Savings Plan Changes

2019 is the final year that a contribution to an Oregon College Savings Plan (529) account will qualify for a subtraction for Oregon income tax. Click through to learn more about these changes.

Know the FMLA Notice Requirements

To receive FMLA-protected leave, eligible employees must provide adequate notice to their employers. If they don't, the leave could be delayed or denied. Click through for details on FMLA notice requirements.

Keep Your Smartphone Apps Secure

We use our smartphones for so many things today that we take them for granted -- along with the security issues. How do you protect your personal information when you're on your phone? Click through to feel more trust in the apps you're using.

The Ins and Outs of Form 1099

A 1099 tax form is a record that someone was paid non-salary income. It comes in multiple versions, and there's a good chance you'll be dealing with one or more of them each tax season. Click through for a rundown of how they work.

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