With tax income dwindling, states are going after out of state etailers that don’t pay their fair share. Independent retailers say it’s about time.
Florida retailers say the state actually made more money during a tax holiday on school supplies last year. They want it to become an annual event.
A little known holiday will give taxpayers three extra days to file their returns in 2011. The filing deadline is normally April 15, unless that day is a weekend or federal holiday, but this year the deadline has been pushed back to Monday, April 18. On April 15, a little known holiday celebrated in Washington, […]
More retail taxes would only serve to cut jobs and raise prices, group says
A new law quietly passed by Congress will have some significant impact on small businesses and the costs they undertake. How will you be affected?
The ongoing economic doldrums are going to hit independent retailers in New York State particularly hard this year, according to the New York Association of Convenience Stores. Jim Calvin, president of NYACS, says the state’s lack of tax collection on cigarettes sold on Indian tribal lands is going to impact the mom-and-pop stores off the […]
A Value-Added Tax being mulled in Washington has retailers worried. A survey says shoppers will cut spending if it’s enacted.
Tax cuts that went into effect under former President George W. Bush are set to expire at the end of this year. That could be bad news for small business owners, the Wall Street Journal reports. “Because most small firms are structured so that they pay individual rather than corporate income taxes, some would be […]
The head of the House Ways and Means Committee says he plans to begin work shortly on a permanent solution for the federal estate tax that was temporarily repealed for the year 2010. Other Bush Administration era tax cuts are also set to expire at the end of this year. “The sooner we do it […]
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