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08 Feb

Tax Reform Presentation – Available Now

February 8, 2018 | By | No Comments

This January Delap Tax Partners¬†Matt Mattecheck, Dave DeLap, and Melissa Wall, gave a presentation discussing the latest tax reform to over 250 of our clients. This presentation gives a clear outline of the past tax laws vs. the new tax laws for individuals, families, C Corporations, Partnerships, and more. We are releasing these slides to […]

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23 Oct

Delap Intern Defines New Meaning for the Acronym “CPA”

October 23, 2017 | By | No Comments

Victoria Schroeder | Summer 2017 intern at Delap Certified Public Accountant or Certified Passionate Advocates? Going through fall recruitment, the accounting world seemed very intimidating to me. The accountants I observed seemed so intelligent, so focused on the numbers. While I loved the field of accounting, I didn’t know if I would fit in at […]

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14 Sep

The Newest Attack on Bluetooth Devices and How You Can Protect Yourself

September 14, 2017 | By | No Comments

  Yesterday, researchers at Armis announced that they had found a series of vulnerabilities in Bluetooth that can allow an attacker to take over a device in seconds, with no interaction from the user end. They have dubbed this new attack “BlueBorne.” Bluetooth is a short range wireless protocol most commonly used to send things […]

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03 Sep

This Summer We Lost Aldridge And Matthews, But Can You Blame Them for Leaving?

September 3, 2015 | By | No Comments

If you are like many of us here at Delap LLP, we pretty much bleed black and red. We love our Blazers! Having said that, seeing LaMarcus Aldridge in a San Antonio Spurs jersey and Wesley Matthews in a Dallas Mavericks uniform is like a punch to the gut. Yes, it has not been the […]

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25 Aug

Q&A with Earl & Harriet on House Bill 2171

August 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

Do you love the details? We thought you might. Keep reading to get the full scoop… Q: What is the impact of House Bill 2171? A: Oregon Governor Brown signed H.B. 2171 on July 20, 2015 which temporarily disallows the use of any tax credits to offset Oregon minimum tax. Taxpayers have been able to […]

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