Nebraska – New Tax Reform Options Join Fewer Sales Tax Exemptions

The Legislature’s Revenue Committee on Friday continued its search for a tax reform plan that would deliver property tax relief with some new ideas laid on the table. Meanwhile, Creighton University economist Ernie Goss told the committee that “Nebraska is Continue reading Nebraska – New Tax Reform Options Join Fewer Sales Tax Exemptions

Texas – Gov. Greg Abbott Explains Sales Tax Swap Proposal

Texas Governor Greg Abbott says if lawmakers pass property tax reform and property appraisal reform, he would like to propose increasing the sales tax by one penny to buy down property taxes. AUSTIN, Texas — Governor Greg Abbott has a Continue reading Texas – Gov. Greg Abbott Explains Sales Tax Swap Proposal

Texas – TEXAS ANALYSIS: Asking Texas Voters To Swap Higher Sales Taxes For Property Tax Cuts

In the rush of legislation filed before last week’s deadline, you wouldn’t be the only person who missed the measure proposing a 6.26 percent state sales tax rate. No reason you should have seen it or made note of it.  Continue reading Texas – TEXAS ANALYSIS: Asking Texas Voters To Swap Higher Sales Taxes For Property Tax Cuts

California – CA Property and Other Tax Relief Available for Those Impacted by Storms, Flooding

California Board of Equalization For Immediate Release January 26, 2017 NR 3-17-G “Sacramento – If your property has been damaged by the recent storms and flooding, you may be eligible for property tax relief. In many cases, the damaged property Continue reading California – CA Property and Other Tax Relief Available for Those Impacted by Storms, Flooding

Florida – Florida House Looks at Swapping Property Taxes, Sales Taxes

www.wptv.com by Jim Turner – October 8, 2015 “A Florida House committee is looking at ways to replace property taxes with a higher state sales tax. The House Finance & Tax Committee on Wednesday started to explore different scenarios that Continue reading Florida – Florida House Looks at Swapping Property Taxes, Sales Taxes

Ohio – Tax Breaks for Data Centers All the Rage

Dispatch.com by David A. Lieb – October 4, 2015 “The benefits are debatable. Although the centers cost hundreds of millions of dollars to build and equip, they employ relatively few workers. That means they produce little in the way of Continue reading Ohio – Tax Breaks for Data Centers All the Rage