The Oregon Department of Revenue is hosting four rulemaking sessions between November 21, 2023 and November 30, 2023. Topics include:
Recalculations of Maximum Assessed Value for Partial Assessed Value Exemptions
Pass Through Entity Elective Tax – Extension
Military Pay Subtraction
Certificate of Compliance With Oregon Tax Laws
Tax Compliance Certificates (Child-Caring Agencies)
Interest on Deficiencies and Delinquencies
Interest on Refunds
Additional information can be found at: https://www.oregon.gov/dor/pages/rules-laws.aspx.
Join the ABA Tax Section at the Fall Virtual Meeting on October 16-20 to learn from the country’s leading tax attorneys and government officials, discussing the latest federal, state, and local tax policies, and more.
Register here: https://web.cvent.com/event/87253cdd-a60d-4117-aba6-eda8a0e6c696/summary
This announcement is from the ABA Taxation Section:
Register Today for the Next Virtual Settlement Week!
After a successful second Virtual Settlement Week in March 2023, the Tax Section and the IRS will partner again to host a third joint Virtual Settlement Week July 19-21, 2023 . Volunteer attorneys will be matched with unrepresented taxpayers to meet and discuss settlement with the IRS Chief Counsel’s Office attorney assigned to the case.
Select a two-hour shift during the days of July 19-21 at your convenience.
Volunteers do not need to commit to taking on representation of the taxpayer beyond this volunteer event.
Experience with pro bono matters is not required. Those who are new to this work will be paired with a more experienced pro bono attorney whenever possible.
Experienced pro bono attorneys: help train those new to pro bono representation and expand your own impact!
The deadline to sign up for the third Virtual Settlement Week is June 30, 2023 at 11:59 pm ET.
Please register below or contact Meg Newman, Counsel for the Tax Section, with any questions: [email protected]
Can’t make it for Virtual Settlement Week but interested in pro bono representation? Join LITC Connect, a project of the Tax Section’s partner, the Center for Taxpayer Rights . LITC Connect matches volunteer attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents with cases referred from Low-Income Tax Clinics based on skillset, interests, and availability. Volunteers also have access to resources and training materials through their account. Sign up for LITC Connect today and you can indicate your location, availability and ability to take pro bono tax matters and will receive a personalized match.
Click here to learn about LITC Connect or email [email protected] with questions.
Thursday, June 1 – Friday, June 2
In-person event at the Oregon State Bar Center, Tigard
Brochure link: https://www.osbar.org/cle/2023/OTI23.pdf
Registration link: https://ebiz.osbar.org/ebusiness/Meetings/Meeting.aspx?ID=6123