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Welcome to the Altus State & Local Tax and Advisory Podcast Series. Today, we are speaking with Brad Gorski, a Senior Director with Altus Group, about key personal property tax legislative bills and initiatives in Georgia.
The Obama Administration and Congress have been at odds for months over a major overhaul of U.S. Corporate tax laws. Everyone seems to agree that something should be done but how will small business owners benefit?
Raymond J. Keating who serves as chief economist with the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council), a nonpartisan, nonprofit small-business advocacy group, says corporate tax reform alone won't get the job done and instead insists it has to be comprehensive across the board tax reform. Keeting, who talks with host Kelly Scanlon, maintains small business owners who employee 55 percent of the private sector workforce and earn more than 60 percent of net business income shouldn't be ignored.
Keeting writes, speaks and testifies on a wide range of issues affecting the entrepreneurial sector of the economy.
To hear more shows with host Kelly Scanlon please visit our archives.
Liberty Tax Service es el proveedor de preparación de impuestos de mayor crecimiento. Ahora con oficina en el 3KS6 Ave. Fragoso, detrás de Plaza Carolina. Te invitamos a que nos envíes tus preguntas a firstname.lastname@example.org o llames en vivo al 787-220-7646 este próximo jueves 29 de enero a las 4pm.
Former Mayor Carmen Sabatino, who formed the No on measure X campaign is waiting for the title designation of the new tax proposed by the Modesto City Council.
Sabatino said, "I could not support a 1% tax, which would have given the Council $26 million a year to spend as they wanted. I won't support a 1/2% tax, which would give the Council. $14 million a year to spend as they want."
Mayor Marshshould come clean and honestly tell the voters that he wants the tax for police pay increases, but more important, the need to pay for police retirements.
Sharing ideas about retirement planning through payroll deductions and various IRA financial instruments and there respective tax benefits
Mayor Marsh wants community leaders to put pressure on his city Council to support a ½% sales tax in the next election.
Marsh claims that 80 to 90% of the tax will be spent on public safety. Surely the pressure on the Council will come from the Modesto Police Union, whose mission is to obtain more money, better benefits, and job protection.
Given the choice between more money and more officers the unions have historically selected more money.
Two years ago, former Mayor Carmen Sabatino headed the “NO 0N MEASURE X” campaign and spent $3000.00 to defeat the measure while the Mayor’s supporters spent over $178,000 in a failed attempt to pass the tax.
Measure X failed because the people got it, they understood that giving seven people on the City Council $26 million a year to spend as they pleased was not a good idea.
Now he wants only want $14 million and claims it is just for public safety.
Termed out Councilman Dave Lopez, who has been a cheerleader on the Council and accomplished little else opposes the tax.
Marsh and Lopez cannot explain what they did with $25 million of federal funds for the neighborhood stabilization program.
The city received 10% or 2.5 million to administer and supervise the federal money. Then, Mayor Jim Ridenour, claims he didn’t know anything about SCAP and it wasn’t his business how much they paid their executives.
The newspaper at the time distracted the community with the reports on SCAP, which was really a small part of the larger scandal that forced bee editor Mark Vasche to tell the Bee publisher that he had a conflict and could no longer participate in any meetings to discuss the scandal.
There are many other examples that lead to the logical conclusion that Marsh should not ask for any more money until he reveals what’s been done with the money they have already been given.
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