New Federal Crowdfunding Rules

By: Christopher J. Rogers The new federal crowdfunding rules went into effect May 16, 2016.  Now startups and other growth-oriented companies can raise up to $1 million dollars per year from the general public, provided the company (the Issuer) follows the new rules adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission…

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Powering Tax Savings in Health Care: Overlooked Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax Deduction May Generate Substantial Utility Costs Savings for Qualifying Hospitals and Health Care Organizations

By: Paul J. Valentine, Attorney, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C. In Arizona, furnishing natural or artificial gas, water, or electricity is generally subject to Arizona’s transaction privilege tax (TPT). Imposed by statute, the tax is levied on the utility company (or distributor) rather than the end user; however, the utility…

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