Tag: taxes

Idaho Enacts Law Providing Tax Credits for Private Employers

On the final day of the sixty-first Legislature, Idaho lawmakers passed a bill which provides varying levels of tax credits for private employers who hire at least one employee after April 15, 2011. Governor Otter signed the legislation amending Idaho Code section 63-3029F on April 13. In order to qualify for the credit, a newly hired … Continue Reading

Utah: 2011 Legislative Session Winners and Losers

The 59th legislative session of the Utah State Legislature ended last week. Below is a list of the winners and losers from legislative session preview post on February 18, 2011(and a couple of notable additions). WINNERS  Immigration – Three highly controversial immigration bills affecting employment passed Utah’s House and Senate and were signed by Governor … Continue Reading

Oregon Musicians No Longer Presumed Employees for Unemployment Purposes

Sine die!  The Oregon Legislature’s biennial session has come to a close, providing a perfect opportunity for the Stoel Rives World of Employment to take a look at what passed, what failed, and what flew under the radar. One helpful new statute fixes a problem for employers who operate music venues.  In late 2007, Mississippi Studios, a hip … Continue Reading
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