Landmark OregonSaves retirement program readies for statewide launch with support of small businesses, business leaders

OregonSaves will be open to those with no saving option at work; larger employers to start getting notices next week SALEM – To help address the looming crisis of inadequate retirement savings, Oregon this month launched the test phase of OregonSaves, an innovative program that will allow hundreds of thousands of people to start saving […]

JULY/AUGUST IRS News Releases and Headliners

Below are summaries to the most recent headliners and news releases. Full article with links: July_August 2017 IRS Headliners and Event Updates Free IRS Webinars & Upcoming Events: August 10, 2017 – Understanding Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) and the ITIN Renewal Process August 15 & 16, 2017 – Webisode: Reminders for Form 2290 – […]

Tualatin ADA Taskforce Seeking Members

The City of Tualatin is starting work on an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan for the City. As part of that, we are convening an ADA Taskforce. We are currently recruiting for members now through July 20th. Also, if you have interest and experience with disabilities, we’d encourage you to apply! It’s a […]

Fall Getaway to Victoria B.C. September 20-24, 2017

Fall Getaway to Victoria B.C. September 20-24, 2017  incl. optional two-day Garden Tour with garden expert Joan Looy.  Grab friends and family and enjoy this budget minded Fall Getaway. Amtrak or car to Seattle then it is a leisurely cruise on Victoria Clipper.. Coast Victoria Hotel & Marina is our waterfront hotel which includes breakfast […]

2017 Legislative Report – Week 23

Dear OSCC Members and Colleagues – The legislature is now done. The Senate adjourned at noon on Friday and the House followed suit at 3:30 Friday afternoon. This is what happened in the final week of session that will impact local business communities. Labor Bills: BOLI Overtime Fix: House Bill 3458 was negotiated and passed […]