New Rules: How To Conduct Business After The South Dakota v. Wayfair Decision

To understand the impact of the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision, you have to throw out everything you thought you knew about a business's physical presence in a state.

Entertainment Expenses Explained

Got entertainment expenses? IRS has finally released guidance that tells us how to manage them.

Online Sales Get Complicated

The states in which you do business may soon come to you in search of the money you so graciously put aside for them. (Umm, you did put money aside for them, right?) Keep reading to learn more.

What The State of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Means To Ohio-Based Businesses

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon weigh in on nexus and determine how businesses pay state sales tax moving forward.

Changes Coming to Ohio’s Commercial Activity Tax… Are You Ready?

If you’re a Commercial Activity Tax (CAT) taxpayer, then listen up! Thanks to the recent approval of the new biennial budget, significant changes are coming to Ohio’s CAT. Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, changes to the annual minimum tax will go into effect. While taxpayers with receipts of $1 million or less will see no increase … Continued
Oct 31, 2017

episode 105: scary stories to tell business owners

Is your business beginning to grow? Great! … Or is it? … If you aren’t careful, you could put yourself in jeopardy of new dangers that come along with business growth. On this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio, we’re joined by Joe Popp, JD, LLM, Rea’s director of SALT services, and Scott Zielaskiewicz, a state … Continued