IRS Updates & News Releases: Did you know?

Announcements & Upcoming Events:  25th Annual Oregon Small Business Fair: Saturday, September 14, Lloyd Center Double Tree by Hilton, 1000 NE Multnomah St, Portland, OR 97232, 8am – 4pm. The Oregon Small Business Fair sponsored by the City of Portland and the office of the Oregon Secretary of State celebrates its 25th anniversary with the […]

2020 Business & Community Directory Magazine

It is once again Tualatin Chamber of Commerce annual Magazine time of year – the official Community & Business Magazine of Tualatin features invaluable local business and community information. Pamplin Media partners with the Tualatin Chamber to produce the annual magazine and the ad revenues directly benefit your Tualatin Chamber. 12,000 print copies are distributed to homes, […]

IRS launches new Tax Withholding Estimator

Checking your withholding just got easier. The IRS launched a new IRS Tax Withholding Estimator. As part of a continuing effort to improve quality services for taxpayers, the IRS upgraded this tool, which replaces the Withholding Calculator, and gave it a facelift. More than just a name change The Tax Withholding Estimator offers taxpayers a […]

Inner City Capital Connections

Dear Tualatin Business Owner, I would like to share some information about an exciting executive education opportunity coming to Portland on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, the Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) program is a tuition-free executive leadership training program that provides small- and medium-sized businesses in economically-underserved areas with three critical […]

OSCC Releases 2019 Legislative Report

Attached, please find your final OSCC legislative report for the 2019 session. It is a comprehensive summary and analysis of the issues identified by OSCC as the major legislative issues facing local business communities. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

2019 Legislative Report – Week 22

What’s Happening (OSCC Political Observations) Senate Republicans have left the state in a showdown over HB 2020, the ‘Cap-and-Trade’ legislation that OSCC has strongly opposed.By leaving the state, the Senate Republicans are denying quorum, which means that the Senate cannot conduct business. The Senate can only conduct business with 20 senators present.There are currently 18 […]

2019 Legislative Report – Week 21

What’s Happening (OSCC Political Observations) There are only a handful of major business issues left in the 2019 session. All of the remaining business issues are still shrouded in some doubt and uncertainty in the final days. We are anticipating that the legislature is on track for adjournment mid-next week. The legislature must adjourn by […]