Blog Archives: 2023

Washington Supreme Court Upholds Capital Gains Tax

On March 24, 2023, the Washington State Supreme Court determined that the Washington capital gains tax is a constitutional excise tax on the sale or exchange of capital assets and not an income tax prohibited under the Washington constitution.

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The Clock is Ticking: 5 Reasons to Make Substantial Gifts Now vs. Later

Are you considering making a substantial gift? Here are five reasons to act sooner than later:

1. Lifetime Gift Tax Exemption Is at an All-Time High

The Federal 2023 total individual lifetime gift tax exemption has increased to $12,920,000,

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accounting for Midsized Businesses – The Process

Regulatory changes at the SEC and demands from large enterprise customers are requiring many small and midsized businesses (SMBs) to report the volume of their greenhouse gas emissions. Some customers are also requiring that these reports are then verified by independent third parties.

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accounting for Midsize Businesses – The Requirements

A recent SEC proposal, along with strong interest from enterprise companies, is resulting in many privately held companies calculating and reporting their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to major customers. With the pressure to mitigate the effect of GHG emissions on climate change,

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COVID-19 Funding Fraud Schemes

Government funding and relief programs during the COVID-19 pandemic helped many individuals and small-businesses stay afloat. However, some saw this as an opportunity to cheat the system and fraudulently take advantage of unemployment benefits,

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