Annual B&O Tax Apportionment Reconciliation Due October 31st for Washington State

For business and occupation (B&O) tax purposes, taxpayers earning apportionable revenue calculate their taxable Washington revenue by applying a “receipts factor” apportionment methodology. Taxpayers computing B&O tax in this manner are required to complete and file an Annual Reconciliation of Apportionable Income form with the Department of Revenue.

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Summary of Washington State and Local Tax Updates Due to Coronavirus

The Washington State Department of Revenue and some Washington city tax authorities have recently issued guidance on taxpayer relief related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The updates are evolving quickly in response to the crisis,

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Changes to Washington’s Real Estate Excise Tax Could Result in Surprise Tax Liabilities from Controlling Interest Transfers

Updated 9/18/2019, 9:15 PM

What Changed?

The Washington legislature recently enacted legislation that dramatically changes aspects of the state’s Real Estate Excise Tax (REET). Unless real property is classified as timberland or agricultural land,

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Washington Legislature Enacts B&O Tax Rate Increase and Real Estate Excise Tax Changes

The 2019 Washington legislative session has ended, but it was a busy year in terms of tax related bills. The enacted legislation includes business and occupation (“B&O”) tax increases on certain service businesses and financial institutions,

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Complying with Consumer Use Tax Notifications

Recently, you may have received a notice from out-of-state sellers identifying various online purchases for which you were not charged sales tax.

Here is what you need to know concerning the notice:

A change in state tax law,

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