Passed in 2019, Oregon’s Corporate Activity Tax (CAT) is a unique, first-of-its-kind tax on businesses with customers in the state or that have Oregon-based vendors, suppliers, or service providers.
Approaching the CAT similar to net income taxes, gross receipts, or margins tax imposed by other states could put your business at a risk of an audit assessment or overpaying the CAT.
Our professionals can help determine if you’re liable for the CAT and guide you through managing your tax obligations.
The CAT’s specific tax base and calculation are atypical, so it’s important to have a deep understanding of its complexities.
Challenges related to navigating the tax obligations include:
The CAT also includes separate registration and payment mechanisms.
Despite the inclusion of corporate in its title, the CAT can apply to:
Our professionals can help you:
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