Senate Bill 16 has been sent to the Governor for signature after it was passed through the Missouri House. If signed, this bill will reinstate the sales and use tax exemption of delivery charges which were called into question after the Missouri Supreme Court ruling on Alberici Constructors, Inc. v. Director of Revenue.
RubinBrown recently attended the mid-year board meeting of the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, D.C. as a member of the Business Management and Information Technology Committee.
Recently passed legislation now subjects business owners and owners of rental property to tax in Kansas. During the 2017 legislative session, SB 30 was passed, vetoed by Governor Brownback and quickly overridden by the Kansas Legislature. The bill becomes law July 1, 2017 but several provisions are effective January 1, 2017.
The WannaCry (aka WannCrypt, WannaCrypt0r 2.0 and Wcry) global ransomware attack raises significant concerns about wide scale attacks from self-propagating ransomware. It appears the initial threat has been stopped by malware researcher MalwareTech. However, the underlying threat is still present and there is consensus copycat (and better designed) attacks are imminent.