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Matt Hein obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration/Accounting from Walla Walla University, then graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2006. He was admitted to the Oregon Bar in 2007. At U of O, he was the recipient of the Dean's Scholarship, the Award of Excellence and the Orlando John and Marian H. Hollis Scholarship.
Matt clerked for both the Lane County Circuit Court and the Federal Bankruptcy Court, before deciding that his true calling was in accounting. Since 2008, he has been honing his skills in tax preparation for individuals and all types of businesses, preparation of financial statements and tax research. Mr. Hein joined SGA Certified Public Accountants & Consultants in 2011.
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We wanted to update you on a recent development in Oregon’s gross receipts tax.
Several weeks ago, we notified you regarding a bill that had passed the Oregon legislature which levies a gross receipts tax on businesses with gross receipts over $1 million. The tax is $250 plus 0.57% of sales over that $1 million mark. A subtraction of 35% of the greater of labor costs...
Attention Payroll Clients!
SGA CPAs will be closed on Thursday, July 4th and Friday, July 5th . The office will be open the following Monday for regular business. We hope this does not cause you any inconvenience as it relates to any unscheduled payroll needs.
Should there be an emergency as it relates to the preparation of your payroll (such as needing a...
On May 16, 2019, Governor Brown signed into effect Oregon House Bill 3427. This bill, called the “Student Success Act,” imposes a gross receipts tax on many businesses in Oregon.
In summary, businesses with gross receipts over $1 million are subject to the tax, which is $250 plus 0.57% of sales over that $1 million mark. A subtraction of 35% of the greater of...