Health Care Law: Tax Considerations for Employers with fewer than 50 Employees Some of the tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act apply only to employers with fewer than 50 full-time or full-time equivalent employees. Employers with fewer than 50 employees should take note of these tax considerations: More than
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President Obama signs Section 179 Section 179 has been past retroactive for 2015 with the $500,000 deduction limit (without the measure the limit was $25,000), but this time the rule has been made permanent. Congress passed the measure early last week, and it was signed into law by President Obama
NYS Tax Department issues new sales tax bulletins The following items have been recently posted to the NYS Sales Tax Web site. TB-ST-244 Exemptions for Farmers and Commercial Horse Boarding Operators TB-ST-587 Motor Fuel and Diesel Motor Fuel Used in Production TB-ST-917 Utilities Used in Production
House to vote on full repeal of Estate Tax for first time in a decade The House has scheduled a floor vote tomorrow, April 15, for H.R. 1105, the Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015. This will be the first time in 10 years that Congress has considered legislation to fully
Senators bring back online sales tax bill A bipartisan group of senators is taking another crack at online sales tax legislation. Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) and Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) rolled out the Marketplace Fairness Act on Tuesday, which would give
House renews tax breaks for one year The House on Wednesday passed a one-year renewal of more than 50 tax breaks that expired at the end of 2013. Passed 378-46, the measure would extend nearly all of the tax breaks until just the end of this year, at a cost of
The California Legislature approved a bill to authorize a pilot program in the state to assess the practicality of taxing truckers and other drivers based on vehicle miles traveled in the state. The VMT tax could replace the state’s fuel tax as people are driving vehicles that get better mileage.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-CT, plans to introduce a bill that would increase federal fuel taxes by 12 cents over the next two years to pay for transportation. Murphy’s proposal calls for a 6-cent increase in 2015 and a 6-cent increase in 2016. Two-Thirds Approve Two-thirds of the more than 2,000
The House voted 272-144 to revive Sec. 179 provisions that lapsed at the end of 2013. The new measure would have no expiration date. Current Sec. 179 Law Under current law, businesses can get immediate write-offs, without spreading deductions over several years, on purchases of up to $25,000. The benefit is
A crisis is looming; however, there’s little consensus on solutions. The House Republican leadership’s plan to permanently end Saturday postal deliveries and use the roughly $10 billion in savings to keep the highway program running until next spring has gained little public support, either on Capitol Hill or throughout industry.