An Update on Seattle’s New Payroll Tax

Until December 31, 2040, the new payroll expense tax will be used for businesses operating in Seattle. The new JumpStart payroll expense tax or the New Seattle Payroll Tax will also replenish the Revenue Stabilization Fund, which was used to…

July 22, 2021


Dealing with Debt Collectors in Seattle

Debt collectors can be relentless, and they should be; after all, it is their job. They will call you on your phone, text you, and send emails to constantly remind you that your debt has not miraculously disappeared overnight. The…

July 15, 2021


Tips for Tax Compliance for Seattle Business Owners

As taxpayers in Seattle, business owners need to maintain compliant status if they do not want to get in trouble with the Internal Revenue Service. Failing to file a tax return can become stressful when the penalties start piling. Once…

July 08, 2021


Troy Kelley: From Washington State Auditor to Tax Fraud Conviction

A lieutenant colonel JAG officer in the Washington National Guard, member of the Democratic Party, and the Washington House of Representatives to become the 10th Auditor of Washington, all these are the achievements of Berkeley graduate Troy Kelley. Then allegations…

July 01, 2021

Can a Married Couple File Taxes Separately

Can a Married Couple File Taxes Separately?

Yes, a married couple can file taxes separately if they choose. Once married, you’ll have more tax filing options, including Married Filing Jointly (MFJ) or Married Filing Separately (MFS). You’ll also find that each option comes with its pros and…

June 24, 2021

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