There’s still time to register for ASAE’s 2018 Government Relations Symposium June 11 at the Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center in Washington, DC. At this year’s symposium, industry experts will explore issues and provide guidance on developing a proactive approach to meet your GR goals even during chaotic political times. The conference agenda provides… Read more »

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) has indicated he may want to make some changes to the IRS overhaul bill (H.R. 5444) passed by the House in April. Hatch referred to the House legislation as a “welcome step forward” but has stopped short of endorsing every provision. Among many other changes, the House bill… Read more »

ASAE is still waiting for a response from the Treasury Department after delivering a sign-on letter last month from close to 200 tax-exempt organizations concerned about a provision in the new tax law that taxes transportation and parking benefits provided by many employers. The fringe benefits provision removes a deduction for employer-provided benefits such as… Read more »

Missouri House Bill 1719, the Professional Employer Organization Act, was signed into law June 1 just prior to Governor Eric Greitens’ resignation. The bill’s signing was not unexpected as it was wrapped into an omnibus package that required passage prior to the Legislature ending its session. As previously reported in Inroads, ASAE believes this bill… Read more »