On May 7, three amendments were posted to Oregon SB 164, which as introduced made only minor changes to a specific exclusion for certain receipts of vehicle dealers from the Oregon Corporate Activity Tax (CAT). The amendments, if incorporated into the bill, would provide clarification to insurance companies regarding Oregon’s “in lieu of” provision

On April 14, 2021, the Oregon Tax Court issued a ruling on cross motions for summary judgment in a case involving the inclusion of receipts from commodity hedging activities in the taxpayer’s sales apportionment factor. Chevron filed amended Oregon corporation excise tax returns including its gross hedging receipts in its Oregon sales apportionment factor, and

On January 12, 2021, the Oregon Legislature introduced nine new Corporate Activity Tax (CAT) bills as the 2021 legislative session began.  The bills introduced in both the House and Senate ranged in scope from treatment of receipts in specific industries to modifications of provisions of the CAT more generally.

Some of the bills introduced include:

On January 11, 2021, H.B. 2392 was introduced in Oregon, which if passed would impose 5% gross receipts tax on the sale of “taxable personal information” of individuals located in the state, which is sold in Oregon. The definition of “personal information” (PI) includes “information that identifies, relates to, describes or is capable of being

With fall rulemaking underway, the Oregon Department of Revenue (DOR) has issued several amendments to, and new regulations related to, Oregon’s Corporate Activity Tax (CAT).

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Two significant tax ballot measures were on the ballot for voters in the Portland area this Election Day.  Here’s a look at what measures passed and which ones failed.

Failed.  The Portland Metro Council Measure 26-218 proposed authorizing a payroll tax on employers for workers in the metropolitan Portland areas to fund transit improvements and

On October 26, Oregon’s Department of Revenue (DOR) filed a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Oregon Administrative Rules 150-314-0465 (broadcaster sourcing) and 150-317-0510 (unitary common ownership threshold). The DOR’s stated need for the proposed amendments were to: (1) clarify that an interstate broadcaster must compute their audience/subscriber ratio using the DOR’s market-based sourcing rule, and

In this episode we discuss two recent developments, including an Oregon decision concerning sales tax on vehicles (EAN Holdings, LLC v Oregon Department of Revenue) and a Texas letter ruling dealing with software as a service and data processing (Texas Private Letter Ruling No. PLR 20180724152951).

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