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 […]

2018 Celebrate Tualatin Winners!

Wow! Celebrate Tualatin is one of our favorite events for so many reasons! We are humbled and honored to have so many outstanding members. We think all who attended can attest that last week we had a positive, uplifting, and humorous afternoon together. Thank you to all the nominees, sponsors, and volunteers for making this […]

Governor’s Marketplace – What You Need to Know

What is the Governor’s Marketplace? It is two days of in-depth, multi-track training and intensive networking with the goal of arming local businesses with resources and services to start, sustain, and thrive. Why should you care? The State of Oregon spends billions of dollars annually on purchasing goods and services; but some of those dollars are spent out of state. Let’s work […]

OSCC 2018 Legislative Session Report

The 2018 Oregon legislature lasted for 27 days (Feb 5 – March 4) and adjourned a full eight days before the constitutional deadline. There were no budget or policy emergencies that the legislature needed to immediately address. The February revenue forecast projected an additional $99 million of discretionary income, and the state budget was very […]