Though reporting some encouraging words regarding taxes and immigration, the Vermonter said he sees no signs of a change in direction.
One speaker invoked Ronald Reagan to argue for using taxation to discourage the production of carbon dioxide pollution.
Meanwhile, corporate income tax revenue was $19.5 million higher than projected, largely because the state is still processing $16.3 million in corporate refunds.
Our state budget already underfunds needed services and the tax system that raises the money that funds the budget is unfair.
All over the U.S., taxpayer money is being directed to special interest groups.
A longtime Rutland attorney has formally admitted to federal charges of understating income on his federal taxes. John Canney III entered guilty pleas Thursday in federal court in Burlington to charges of filing a false individual tax return as well as filing a false corporate tax return, both for the 2011 tax year, according to […]
The property was once pictured on the front page of The New York Times with a story about the ravages of heroin in Vermont. Now it belongs to a group fronted by the city’s biggest delinquent taxpayer.
Kaj Samsom, the tax commissioner, called it “a big deal” that about 12 percent of people who requested refunds are still waiting.
Town officials rejected a request by a court-appointed receiver who is overseeing properties tied to a federal fraud case. The tax bill has been paid, but a $164,159 late fee remains.
John Canney III, whose practice specializes in bankruptcy law, has reached a plea agreement that says the tax loss is between $100,000 and $250,000.
H.196 would levy a 0.141 percent payroll tax on most Vermont employees to create a six-week paid family leave program.
I’ve written one big fat check to Uncle Sam and there is more to come. In fact, I’ve never been hit harder by the bearded fellow dressed in red, white and blue.
“We do need tax reform, but part of the tax reform is that you shouldn’t be able to avoid taxes by legal loopholes,” Welch said in reference to the president’s taxes.
Support was overwhelming for the $5.8 billion spending plan. Proposed amendments would have funded new investments in child care, job training and more, but most didn’t go anywhere.