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How To Print Multiple Excel Worksheets Into One PDF

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Excel Tip – Learn how to print multiple sheets to a single PDF file and not many separate PDF files you have to combine into one. If you have ever tried to print a large Excel workbook to a PDF file, you’ve probably run into this issue. You press print, Excel asks you to name

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Homeschool Tax Deduction

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Read the below article from the Indiana Department of Revenue about tax help for homeschoolers: August is back to school time for Hoosier students across the state. Although homeschoolers in Indiana are not required to follow a traditional school calendar, now is a good time to remind homeschool families about the state’s homeschool tax deduction.

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Indiana’s Next Level Jobs Grant Program

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Indiana’s unemployment rate is at 3%, its lowest in 20 years! Governor Eric Holcomb isn’t stopping there though. He announced on Monday Indiana’s Next Level Jobs program, which is setting aside $20 million to put Hoosiers to work in high-demand, high-wage jobs. Read the below press release from the Office of the Governor to learn more

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Limited-Time State Tax Amnesty Program For Online Sellers

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The Multistate Tax Commission (MTC) recently announced its Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative. This is a special limited-time sales/use tax and income/franchise tax amnesty program for online sellers which will run from August 17 to October 17, 2017. During this period, online sellers with potential tax liability may be able to use the MTC’s

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Number Of Americans Caught Underpaying Some Taxes Surges 40%

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For reasons that aren’t clear, a growing number of people who pay taxes quarterly—such as gig workers, retirees and business owners—are getting their payments wrong and incurring penalties as a result. Read the full story here from Fox Business.

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Good News For Companies That Do Business In Ohio

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Efforts to simplify Ohio’s burdensome municipal tax filings continue as Governor John Kasich recently signed legislation which will give businesses the option of electing to have the State administer their municipal income tax filings, rather than filing with each municipality. This option will permit businesses to file one form and make one payment to municipalities

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Tax Reform Update

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President Trump and congressional Republicans are now tackling tax reform. Tax staffers are meeting in the House of Representatives and the Senate through the August break to work on legislation that is expected to be unveiled next month. Here are some of the key issues that Congressional staffers and the White House are working on:

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Lower Income Tax Rates Legislation for Flow-Through Entities is Going to Be a Hard Sell

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A plan by President Trump and congressional Republicans to slash taxes on pass-through businesses (Sole Proprietors, Partnerships and S-Corporations) is testing lawmakers’ ability to design rules to prevent wealthy people from paying a lower rate meant to help small businesses grow. Businesses ranging in size from the Mom-and-Pop shops to large businesses are called “pass-throughs”

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Construction & Engineering Budget Projections

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The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) recently shared their construction and engineering budget projections through Fiscal Year 2021, with the new funding from the House Enrolled Act 1002. Projects may shift from year to year for various reasons, meaning these numbers will change. INDOT is constantly re-forecasting, so please use these numbers as a general guide.

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IRS To Institute New Measures To Protect Business-Related Identity Theft In 2018

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It’s no secret that identity theft is on the rise.  In a news release dated July 25, 2017, the IRS discussed an increase in the number of business returns being targeted.  Of those business returns filed through June 1, 2017, the IRS has identified approximately 10,000 as potential identity theft, compared to about 4,000 for

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