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Interstate Business Taxes

By Garry Fujita Washington-based businesses tend to focus on Washington’s business taxes, because those taxes are typically the most relevant.  However, as businesses grow into interstate business activities, they can become subject to another state’s income tax jurisdiction … like … Continue reading

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Social Purpose Corporations Explained

Are you concerned about how your company impacts society and the planet? As of June 7, 2012, a new form of business corporation – the social purpose corporation – is available in Washington that allows corporations to adopt charters that … Continue reading

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WTIA Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

This year’s election is as important as any in recent memory. Washington voters will choose many new statewide elected officials, none more important than governor. There are two highly qualified candidates in Democrat Jay Inslee, former Congressman, and Republican Attorney … Continue reading

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Mergers and Acquisitions

Selling your software or technology company is the most important transaction of your life, but also the most complicated. Done right, you might generate wealth for generations. Done wrong, it could be a disaster. Are you ready? If you want … Continue reading

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US Provisional Patent Applications

Important Considerations for US Provisional Patent Applications By George Rondeau and Heather Colburn Many startup companies are formed around new ideas and inventions. Therefore, protecting such innovations may be extremely important, especially early on.

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