Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) officials are hoping the incoming Biden administration will be open to restarting talks on a global digital tax plan. The OECD has been trying to reach agreement among nearly 140 countries on a global tax overhaul to address how “consumer-facing” digital giants like Apple, Google, Facebook and Twitter… Read more »

With COVID relief negotiations continuing in Congress, ASAE has called on association leaders to write their legislators to ensure 501(c)(6) organizations are not left out of any end-of-year package. With the goal of helping secure PPP access for as many 501(c)(6) organizations as possible in any year-end COVID bill, ASAE re-delivered to lawmakers its most… Read more »

Progress toward a year-end COVID-19 stimulus deal has sputtered again, though several competing plans are still under discussion. A bipartisan group of lawmakers released a framework for a $908 billion relief package this week but are still working on legislative text. The plan would include liability protections and aid for state and local governments, two… Read more »

Earlier this year, ASAE awarded 11 Silver Power of A Awards in the category of The Power of Industry Support & Advancement. The following associations were recognized for their programs in one of the following areas: advancing industry standards or professional codes of ethics; developing innovative educational/professional development opportunities; engaging in public relations/communications campaigns to… Read more »

ASAE this week joined the Clean Start Coalition in urging the incoming Biden administration to support the inclusion of a “healthy workplace” tax credit in the next COVID-19 stimulus package to protect the safety of workers, customers and the public. The coalition, comprised of more than 40 diverse industry groups, delivered a letter to the… Read more »