Texas – A Texas Sales Tax Increase Would Hit Poor People The Hardest

Top Republican leaders have proposed raising the sales tax and using the money to lower local property tax rates. Wealthier Texans and businesses would likely benefit, while poorer Texans would likely pay more. Texas Legislature 2019 The 86th Legislature runs Continue reading Texas – A Texas Sales Tax Increase Would Hit Poor People The Hardest

Montana – Time To Close The Door Of A Sales Tax In Montana

After reading the article by your guest columnist Dorothy Bardley, Wednesday April 10, I had to put in my two cents. Sorry for the pun. Accessing the pocketbooks of the millions of tourists who come here, I think there’s another Continue reading Montana – Time To Close The Door Of A Sales Tax In Montana

Michigan – Tampon Tax Relief Once Again Under Consideration

Lawmakers are weighing whether to exempt feminine hygiene products from sales and use taxes starting June 30. The “tampon tax” unjustly burdens people who menstruate, supporters say. Critics point to the possibility of $6.5 million in lost annual revenue, just Continue reading Michigan – Tampon Tax Relief Once Again Under Consideration

Pennsylvania – Raking In Millions More Than Expected In Internet Sales Tax Revenues

Pennsylvania is getting an unexpected windfall as internet sales tax revenues are coming in at a rate of nearly four times what had been projected for the current fiscal year. The state estimated about $50 million from the tax on Continue reading Pennsylvania – Raking In Millions More Than Expected In Internet Sales Tax Revenues

Florida – Why Floridians May Soon Pay More When Shopping Online

Right now there is no law requiring it, but lawmakers want companies to start charging you sales tax. FORT MYERS, Fla. – Your online purchases could soon cost you more. That’s because Florida lawmakers want companies to start charging you sales Continue reading Florida – Why Floridians May Soon Pay More When Shopping Online