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Idaho Department of Finance takes action against five debt collectors (access required)

The Idaho Department of Finance has taken five administrative actions against debt collectors since join Operation Collection Protection January 1. Operation Collection Protection is a program created by the Federal Trade Commission to coordinate the enforcement of debt collectors at ...

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Accountants expect Congress to make late decision on tax credits (access required)

Accountants preparing for tax season are waiting for Congress to make some key decisions next month before they can tackle their job of preparing tax returns. Many tax credits established during George W. Bush’s presidency have expired. Congress has been ...

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Jitasa adds former U.S. Rep. Richard Gephardt to board of directors (access required)

The Boise-based accounting company Jitasa has added a new director to its board— former Missouri congressman Richard Gephardt — and plans to nearly double in size this year. Gephardt was offered the position in April, about a year after coming ...

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Group seeks to create Idaho Falls community college (access required)

Transformation could be in store for Eastern Idaho Technical College, a two-year school that serves 750 students in Idaho Falls. The city’s mayor and a group of supporters would like to see EITC become a community college capable of conferring ...

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Report: Forest restoration work not keeping pace with demand (access required)

The U.S. Forest Service says it has increased the pace and scale of its forest restoration work since 2011, but progress waned this year and the agency risks following further behind without more resources. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is using ...

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Paylocity reaps large tax incentive for Boise move (access required)

Paylocity’s promise of 551 new employees in Boise won it the second highest tax reimbursement incentive in the 16 months the Idaho Department of Commerce has offered the tax incentive, or TRI. The Arlington Heights, Ill., payroll and human resources ...

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Interactive Agency uses in-house projects to build portfolio (access required)

It hasn’t always been smooth operating for the Nampa-based interactive agency Curious Media, but by developing its own passion projects on the side the company has begun to get the clients it wants, such as PBS Kids, Disney and Random ...

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Boise company receives $1M grant for at-home autism test (access required)

The CEO of a Boise medical technology company who said his son was diagnosed with autism much later than he should have been is trying to ensure future families won’t have the same problem. Ronald Oberleitner’s company, Behavior Imaging Solutions, ...

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