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West Virginia Income Tax Rates: Here’s What Changed for WV Withholding in 2023

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Are you an employer in West Virginia? As a result, your West Virginia income tax withholding might look a little different. If so, you might have heard about House Bill 2526, a 2023 law that significantly cut individual income tax rates. In this article, we’ll go over: What compensation is subject to withholding?

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West Virginia’s Largest Locally Owned CPA Firm Celebrates 50 Years

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Suttle & Stalnaker, PLLC, a full-service certified public accounting and consulting firm with offices in West Virginia, will celebrate 50 years of serving clients in and around the Mountain State in 2023. Our team has faithfully served our clients throughout West Virginia and beyond with personalized accounting services.

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West Virginia University On Transitioning New Student Onboarding To An Online Future

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Large-scale orientation events meant to establish bonds among students are naturally out of the question, and universities are also having to adjust the ways they identify students or finalize their housing or student aid to suit online channels, according to Corey Farris, dean of students for West Virginia University.

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Monthly State Sales and Use Tax Update

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West Virginia has issued a publication to “clarify the sales and use tax obligations of entities selling streaming services in this state.”

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A history of sales tax

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West Virginia initiated the first official statewide sales tax, and during the Great Depression, 25 states introduced sales taxes to bolster tax coffers hammered by the bad economy. The American version Financing government has usually motivated creation of taxes in America. Salestaxes are no exception.

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Loopholes and other odd sales tax rules, part 1

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Local wild blueberries are taxed in Maine, as are belt buckles in Texas, sparklers in West Virginia and playing cards in Alabama. Colorado taxes napkins and silverware. Indiana taxes some but not all marshmallows. baked goods).

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Sales Tax and Vitamins/Dietary Supplements

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The products are tax-exempt (more or less) in the District of Columbia, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming. Most states have no special rules for supplements and vitamins.

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