Voters in California headed to the polls (or mailboxes) this Election Day not only to choose the next president of the United States but also to make decisions on a range of tax policy questions. From removing property tax protections for commercial properties to imposing new and increased business gross receipts taxes in San Francisco,
Oregon Ballot Measure Results: Here’s Which Portland Metro Area Ballot Measures Passed
Two significant tax ballot measures were on the ballot for voters in the Portland area this Election Day. Here’s a look at what measures passed and which ones failed.
Failed. The Portland Metro Council Measure 26-218 proposed authorizing a payroll tax on employers for workers in the metropolitan Portland areas to fund transit improvements and…
Legal Alert: Results are in – state tax ballot measures
The dust is beginning to settle from the 2018 midterm elections. Though the nation has been focused this week on the federal House and Senate races, several state ballot measures have significant state and local tax implications.
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Sometimes, Breaking Up Isn’t Hard To Do: Florida Grants Taxpayer’s Request for Deconsolidation
Events in Neighboring Southern States May Foreshadow Changes to Come
Within the last month, Tennessee and North Carolina have replaced the heads of their respective Departments of Revenue. On September 20, Charles Trost was sworn in as the new Tennessee Commissioner of Revenue. Mr. Trost was a partner at a Nashville law firm, and takes over for outgoing Commissioner Reagan Farr. In Tennessee, the Commissioner…