Oregon’s Opportunity Zones

On April 26, 2018, Governor Kate Brown and Business Oregon announced the recommended 86 census tracts to be designated with the United States’ Department of Treasury as Oregon’s Opportunity Zones – Tualatin contains two: 320.03 and 320.05 (pictured below.) The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 established “Opportunity Zones” as a new federal tax […]

Special Session & Tax Disclosure Update

We have two updates: (1) Special Session.  The prospect of a special session is alive and well.  Governor Brown has called for one-day session on Monday, May 21. Governor Brown called the special session to restore some tax cuts that she denied to 250,000 small businesses in Oregon when she signed SB 1528 into law […]

IRS Headliners & News for April 18, 2018

IRS Updates & News Releases: Did you know? One of the best ways to get information is by visiting the IRS Small Business Tax Center where you can learn everything from how to get an Employer Identification Number (EIN) online to how to best navigate an audit.   IRS warning: Don’t be a victim of […]

OSCC Endorses Lou Ogden for BOLI Commissioner

Dear OSCC members and colleagues – The Oregon State Chamber of Commerce (OSCC) announced today that the Board of Directors has endorsed Lou Ogden for Bureau of Labor & Industries (BOLI) Commissioner. At its meeting on Friday, April 13th, the Board unanimously voted to endorse Ogden for the position of Labor Commissioner. The statewide election […]

Join a Futsal Team for Spring!

For many of us, finding an engaging and fun exercise routine can be a challenge. Gym workouts become routine and individual exercise classes lose luster over time. Adults who have played organized sports often look back with nostalgia for the camaraderie and community that comes with playing on a team. Fun and fast, Futsal is a dynamic […]